Anyone would agree that bad breath is a real no-no and to be avoided at all costs, not just from a social point of view when you go out in Leeds, but from a health angle too, as bad breath rather implies that something, somewhere is going wrong in your mouth or in your body.
With hard work and dedication, it can be eradicated. You first need to talk to the dentist about the problem to see if any repair work is needed to your teeth and gums- tooth decay and gum disease are good allies to bad breath. Then you need to talk about your lifestyle and diet to see just what you are doing wrong: a bad diet can lead to a breakdown of your immune system and the drying up of saliva in the mouth- the naturally agent that fights bacteria in the mouth.
You should try to ease back on smoking and drinking and start a healthy diet. Of course, bad oral hygiene is also a big contributor to bad breath so this needs to be improved greatly; a lot of people also turned to natural herbal remedies to fight bad breath. Finally, you should always keep your mouth hydrated by drinking a lot of water and maybe chewing sugar-free gum and sweets that can help activate saliva levels.