How to Smell Your Own Breath

How to Smell Your Own Breath: A Spoon Test

The first thing you need to do is take a small piece of paper and write down the name of the person or persons you are smelling. You can use any words but it needs to be something like “My Mom” or “Your Dad”. Then put the paper into a plastic baggie and seal it up tightly.

Next, take a large spoon and dip it into some water (you could even pour out the sink). Dip the tip of the spoon into the water and then hold it over your mouth while looking at someone else’s face. Do not breathe in or exhale through your nose! After doing this several times, you will notice that you can tell if someone has bad breath from their breath. If they do not smell good, you may want to avoid them.

Smelling Someone Else’s Breath: Can You Tell?

You can smell someone else’s breath just by looking at them. However, there are ways to determine whether or not you can smell their breath. First, look at the person and try to identify what they are wearing.

Are they wearing a mask?

If so, it means that they probably have bad breath. Another way is to see if their lips move when they speak. If they do, it means that they probably have bad breath. There are other ways to tell what someone else’s breath smells like. If you want to know more, read on!

You can Smell Your Own Breath

Your own breath is a bit different than someone else’s. This is why most people find comfort in knowing that they don’t stink when they are around other people who stink.

Sources & references used in this article:

Social relations and breath odour by L McKeown – International journal of dental hygiene, 2003 – Wiley Online Library

Self-perception of breath odor by I Eli, R Baht, H Koriat, M Rosenberg – The Journal of the American Dental …, 2001 – Elsevier

Can dogs smell lung cancer? First study using exhaled breath and urine screening in unselected patients with suspected lung cancer by T Amundsen, S Sundstrøm, T Buvik, OA Gederaas… – Acta …, 2014 – Taylor & Francis

The science of bad breath by M Rosenberg – Scientific American, 2002 – JSTOR

Breath by breath: The liberating practice of insight meditation by L Rosenberg – 2004 –