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Excessive Saliva After Drinking Beer
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
I have dry red skin around my mouth. Prominent below my lower lips. This area becomes really dry/flaky even w/lotion.Worse after drinking beer.
Hi! I have stomach flu. It has been 4 day and i got continuous excessive saliva for more than 24 hours. Should i drink more water?
VIRAL INFECTION : Good fluid intake helps viral infection which last x few days. ...Read more
Not that i know of: If you have an alcohol problem, there are any number of ways to get help, and none of them necessarily require medication. People drink because it calms down underlying emotional issues (pain from prior trauma, anxiety, post-traumatic stress issues, depression), and the way to stop and stay stopped is to deal with those issues, therapy rather than pills. Pills can help reduce craving/withdrawal. ...Read more
In, not of: Beer is composed of many things including water, grains and carbonation. The barley and yeast in beer ferment in our digestive systems and they produce gas. In addition, the carbon dioxide in beer is what makes it foamy (produced by the many chemical reactions that make beer, beer. Also, swallowing air when drinking adds to the air in our intestines. The intestines themselves do not swell. ...Read more
Just talk to him: There is nothing magic about trying to help someone, although it may seem scary. Be open and honest, don't make judgements and don't nag. I advise people to tell their loved ones just that - they LOVE them, and want them around and healthy. Ultimately, people have to make their own choices. Have brochures from treatment programs available if and when he decides. Try Alanon meetings for yourself. ...Read more
Driving: Not a disease, but alcohol is a drug that reduces reaction time and mental awareness. Personal and/or family history of alcohol dependence is a disease, but does not prevent drinking. There are many other conditions that should discourage alcohol use including concurrent use of many medications and over the counter products. If you drink drink responsibly. If in doubt don't drink at all ...Read more
No more than water: And far less if you drink 1 or 2 too many. ...Read more
Only newer kind: The new-generation antihistamine such as Claritin (loratadine) or Allegra possess virtually no sedating effect and i don't see any problem with it. I do caution however that a rare individual may still get drowsiness from them even though in studies the incidence is no higher than taking a sugar pill. Thus try it first before you combine alcohol with it. ...Read more
Low risk: Not risky, but it might make your stools looser. ...Read more
Beer Rash: Beer is made using yeast to ferment the beverage, making it alcoholic. If you develop adverse reactions and skin rashes after drinking beer, you should stop consuming beer until you can be seen by your doctor. Various conditions may be causing the reaction and rash, such as alcohol intolerance, a yeast allergy or a grain allergy. These conditions are treated by eliminating beer from your diet. ...Read more
See your doctor: Alcohol can cause inflammation of the prostate, and that may be the cause of your symptoms, but only a physician can diagnose this, and make sure you do not have some other problem (urinary tract infection or sexually transmitted illness). If you are drinking more than 2 beers/day, or 14 per week, or 5 or more drinks at one time, this is unsafe drinking and you should cut down or stop. ...Read more
How much beer?: I am amazed at the number of questions that do not talk about how much you consume. A medieval french physician named parcelsus said "all remedies are poisons, the difference lies in the dose." one or two beers will not have any significant impact, a six pack or more will. ...Read more
Is it possible for someone that has been drinking beer for six hours have a blood sugar level of only 100?
Carbs and insulin: If you do not have diabetes, your body's Insulin can often handle the carbs in beer very well and your sugar does not go up much at all. If you do have diabetes, then it is a question of what medications you are on (insulin, pills), how many carbs, and how your body responds to it. ...Read more
What to do if I have enlarge liver problem, i,ve been on suboxone, and drinking beer just about everday for about 4 years?
What to do is stop: the beer, and talk to the physician prescribing the Suboxone and tell him of your alcohol problem. It is not safe to drink on top of suboxone, and if your liver is enlarged, it is likely because of damage from alcohol, hepatitis C or a combination of the two. There are many chemical dependency treatment programs in your area, and it sounds like you are desperately in need of one of them. ...Read more
What to do if I have enlarge liver problem, i, ve been on suboxone, and drinking beer just about everday for about 4 years?
You need to see your: Physician, psychiatrist or addiction medicine specialist. This is a bad combination. ...Read more
The clear, viscous fluid secreted by the salivary and mucous glands in the mouth. Saliva contains water, mucin, organic salts, and the digestive enzyme ptyalin. It serves to moisten the oral cavity, to initiate the digestion of starches, and to aid in the chewing and swallowing of food. Approximately 1 to 1.5 l ...Read more
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