By: Betty Carew
Many people suffer from the annoying problem of dry mouth. Dry mouth is also known as Xerostomia and can lead to discomfort or in some cases pain. It can play havoc on your teeth and breath. It is a condition where the saliva production stops...
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By: Virginia Gaces
Dry mouth is a major irritating problem that you can sometimes encounter. You tend to take in therapeutic drugs at the first sign of dryness. This is not advisable as constant antibiotic treatment may cause resistance to the microorganism or the causative agent. When time...
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By: Kimberley Heit
Living with dry mouth means coping with symptoms like constant thirst, cracked lips, bad breathe and a sore throat. Over time it can even contribute to tooth cavities and gum disease. However, there are several home remedies which can help relieve the effects of dry...
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By: Karen Reece
Xerostomia-a funky name for a very common disorder-dry mouth.I'll tell you what, I never believed others when they would tell me how uncomfortable their mouths would be until this disorder started to affect me. I couldn't speak for more than a sentence or two...
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By: Michele Wilmonen
Can you imagine your mouth without any saliva in it? The thought of food, our lovers and even smells make us all salivate. But, for those that suffer from Xerostoma even the smell of their favorite food leaves their mouths bone dry. If this sounds...
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By: Ann E. Smith
Whether you have been clinically diagnosed with chronic dry mouth or just notice that your mouth stays drier than normal, this condition is not a pleasant one. The clinical term for dry mouth is xerostomia, and what it means is that you have less saliva...
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