Why do we wake up with bad breath?
Because while we are sleeping, the organs in the mouth such as tongue, cheeks and jaws stop moving resulting in saliva production is less than usual, so it cannot remove any acids, toxins caused by plaque, and food particles that stuck in your teeth and gums during the night. This makes the germs can grow fully, and form the bacteria and toxins that are more damaging to gums and teeth. Moreover, bacteria increase also makes the odor of sulfide gas, and/or urea.
Note: This article is for educational purposes only. We suggest you to consult with your doctors or your dentists for any dental problems or any further questions. This information supported by Dentist Tanapote Ninmod of Clinic Club Smile.