brushing before or after you eat early after waking up?

@kharen (1488)
Philippines
October 19, 2008 6:49am CST
do you usually just gargle water after waking up then just brush your teeth after eating or you immediately brush your teeth upon waking up?
7 responses
@xtedaxcvg (3191)
• Philippines
19 Oct 08
I usually just gargle water after waking up then brush my teeth after eating breakfast. But sometimes I brush my teeth immediately when I wake up. It depends on my mood. :D
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@Shar1979 (2723)
• United States
21 Oct 08
i gargle with water and astringosol concentrate as soon as i wake up. then i brush my teeth after eating breakfast
@quawertz (782)
• Philippines
21 Oct 08
I gargle then I brush my teeth. Then after eating breakfast i will have to brush my teeth once again.
• Philippines
19 Oct 08
I do brush my teeth after taking or eating my breakfast in the morning. What i do is gurgle first to eliminate bad breath and sticky saliva on my mouth then eat my breakfast. When im about to take a bath then that is the time i have to brush my teeth so that i can go to the office with a clean mouth.
@abccba (1916)
• Denmark
19 Oct 08
i don't eat anything in the morning, so i brush my teeth before i eat anything ;-)
@zipk11 (99)
• India
19 Oct 08
I wake up in the morning and first thing i do is brush my teeth......
@anneshirley (1517)
• Philippines
19 Oct 08
I do gargle water then eat breakfast then after, I will brush my teeth. There are people who would brush first, eat then brush again. I think this is bad because too much brushing can peel off the protective coating of our teeth. If you are used to brushing first your teeth before eating, then just use mouthwash after eating. It has the same effect as brushing do.