We all suffer from a dry mouth from time to time – whether we are dehydrated, or maybe a bit anxious or nervous. And in most cases it is easily rectified by drinking water, or it will go away on its own.
But what’s the difference between this occasional feeling of a dry mouth and actually suffering from the condition ‘dry mouth’?
When your body doesn’t produce enough saliva your mouth can feel dry. And you might find it difficult to swallow some foods without sauces or a drink, or your tongue might get stuck to the roof of your mouth when you sleep. If you wear dentures, you might find that they won’t stay in place. Or you may notice lipstick on your teeth – a sign of a lack of saliva.
If you are taking 2 or more medications in combination, or have an underlying medical condition such as Sjogren’s Syndrome, then it’s possible that you are suffering from the condition rather than being just thirsty.
Having a dry mouth can be uncomfortable and annoying, and if untreated can have an impact on the health of your teeth and your quality of life.
The good news is ALL Oralieve Dry Mouth Relief products have been specifically developed to provide effective relief from the symptoms of dry mouth. So why not give them a try and see what a difference Oralieve could make to your life.