The symptom of bad breath is known as fetor oris or halitosis. Besides the bad impression you leave when you talk to people, bad breath may also signify mouth issues or very serious health problems.

Tonsil stones are the major reason for chronic bad breath. Approximately 25% of the population have this problem. They look like small white or cream dots which release bad sulfur odor.

Tonsil stones consist of bacteria, lump of mucus and stored foods that are usually piled up in the back part of the throat.

You can remove the tonsil stones by surgical intervention, but also you can get rid of them on your own. In order to learn how to do that watch the following video: