Regardless of regular tooth brushing, chewing gums, and using different breath fresheners, some people cannot solve the problem with bad breath.
In most of the cases, tonsil stones are the main causes of bad breath. These small dots on the tonsils create the bad odor coming from the mouth cavity due to the release of a gas that smells like Sulphur.
These stones contain stored foods, bacteria, and mucus lumps and they are located in the back of the throat.
Along with bad breath, you can also experience problems with swallowing after the cluster hardens. Sometimes, the stones can fall off, and other times, they must be removed surgically.
However, there is a third option. Take a look at the video below to learn more: