Mouthwash Cause Mouth Cancer?

Facts about the use of mouthwash.
Many ways to get fresh breath, one is by using mouthwash. But some say the excessive use of mouthwash can trigger cancer of the mouth and throat. Really?
Basically it’s not the mouthwash that is at fault, but the alcohol content in the mouthwash itself. Just as with alcohol, ethanol content in both the liquid was found to lead to oral cancer. Why?
Because when the content of ethanol in alcohol touches the oral mucosa, its suspected that the ethanol change the oral mucosal cells and trigger oral cancer. Not only that, the metabolism of ethanol by normal flora present in the oral cavity will produce carcinogenic acetaldehyde. In addition, smoking and lack of care of the oral hygiene also contribute to the increase risk of cancer.
However, the truth about mouthwash that triggers cancer is still debated to this day but researchers suggest that we should not use mouthwash too often.

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