I have been having anxiety problems an was put on medication. But before I was having this problem of thinking my breath smells bad I was wondering if this can be brought on from stress? I went to the dentist for a cleaning an to bring up about my worry they told me everything was fine an I should talk to my doctor. So I let him know. I have been on my mess for almost 3 weeks an I still feel at times an worry about breathng an how I eat so my breath don't stink. This is really turning my life upside down. Since I have not been social person, an affraid to speak
Stress, anxiety and medication can all cause dry mouth which can make you feel like you have bad breath. I always keep a bottle of water and mints with me. If you have breath spray or mints with you than maybe you won't worry about it so much. Hope this helps!
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