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Wake Dry Mouth
I am gaining weight on gabapentin. Why? How can I correct it? Other ses, hard to wake up, dry mouth, headache. Rxed for i c.
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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
Boyfriend stated I gasp for air and choke in sleep. Does not wake me up. Very lightly snore. Wake up with dry mouth. Wake up 1-2x a night no reason.
Can post nasal drip cause dry mouth? I wake up with dry mouth then goes away after drink water.i always swallowing thin mucus that won't come up.can t
Mouth-breathing?: You likely have nasal obstruction as well and mouth-breathing while asleep can give you dry mouth. Consult your doctor to see if you have nasal problem and then observe whether reducing the nasal obstruction leads to improvement in your dry mouth. Dry mouth may also be caused by inflamed salivary glands presumably from an autoimmune process. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See an ENT: That's a good question. Many individuals breath through their mouths rather than through their nose as a result of allergies, nasal congestion, or from some anatomic blockage of the nasal cavities. The first thing that i would do is see an ENT (ear, nose, and throat specialist for a consultation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What kind of diseases could cause burning and tingling in the feet? I also wake up with very dry mouth
I take lisinopril. Coughing is only a problem during the night when i wake with a bone dry mouth since i started this med. Is lisinopril the culprit?
I've been pretty anxious also but I don't know for sure
I've been burping more than usual (air)
I wake up with a dry mouth
I don't sleep all night I wake up sweating and dry mouth I am type 2 should I have my Lantus before I go to bed I am tired in mornings?
Night sweats: Your tiredness is because of lack of sleep Check your sugar levels when you get sweating at night. you could be getting low sugars and the insulin dos may need rectification. This not common with lotus though. You will need to see your GP for examination to rule out other causes of night sweats and in particular they have to make sure you don't have any swollen lymph glans. also a battery of tests ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I drink water before sleeping. Yet every morning I wake up with very dry mouth. I don't sleep with my mouth open. Not diabetic.What cud be the reason?
Dry mouth: You may be sleeping with your mouth open even if you don't know it and for at least part of the time. Some medications cause dry mouth. When was you last dental and medical check-up? Dry mouth promotes cavities. Make sure you properly brush and floss before you go to sleep. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
29 male, Everytime my throat start etching then raining nose then pulmonary infection, can't be stopped unless I use the antibiotics,
I'm allergic to dust
I wake up very dry mouth and and I snore?
I just recovered from a high fever for a week with the help of antibiotics which i'm still on. I still have some trouble breathing through my nose, and at night often wake up with dry mouth. I now have a slight sore throat, and both very white and raw spo
Could be: Many things from the simple like sleeping with your mouth open to the more complex like side effects of drugs you may be taking or the amount of alcohol ingested the previous night(alcohol metabolism takes water out of your system). If it is only in the morning and you are'normal' during the rest of the day i would not worry. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It means you are: Breathing through your mouth during sleep. If concerned you could record the sounds of your breathing during sleep or ask a partner to make note, seek evaluation if periods of not breathing are noted or if you develop a sore throat unrelieved by other measures. Keep a glass of water at your bedside in case you awaken with dry mouth during the night. Best regards. ...Read more
Mouth breathing: The most common cause of early morning dry mouth is mouth breathing during your sleep. If you have nasal or sinus congestion, breathing through your nose can be very difficult or sometimes impossible. This forces us to breath through our mouth. Using a nasal spray before you go to bed may help you to breath easier through your nose and also help to reduce your dry mouth in the morning. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: It may be as simple as you're doing a lot of mouth breathing at night but other problems could be present. Many diseases can present with a dry mouth or it may be due to medications .It would be important to know if the dryness is only when you wake or other times as well. Any other symptoms? If symptoms do persist or worsen you should seek medical attention. ...Read more
Water ; Exam: Only to a certain extent, waking up with a dry feeling in mouth is normal as we do not get hydrated during sleep. A glass of water before bedtime may help. However, waking up with a very dry mouth may be from mouth-breathing during sleep. You may be unknowingly suffering from a lack of airway or sleep apnea. As this requires exam by professionals, ask your dentist and doctor about this asap. ...Read more
Sometimes wake up at night with avery dry mouth and cannot move my tongue until I drink something?
Mouth breather?: I would suspect you sleep with your mouth open. when we sleep we all produce less saliva but mouth breathing "drys out" the mouth more. If you snore, I suspect you may have sleep apnea and you are breathing with mouth open to try to keep your airway open (natural). If you are chronically fatigued I would see your doctor and ask about getting a sleep study. you could feel much better ...Read more
Wake up every morning and both nostrils blocked with snot and causing severely dry mouth. how can I prevent this?
Cause: Before suggesting a remedy the cause of your nasal blockage has to be determined. See you General Physician or ask for referral to ENT. ...Read more
Dry Mouth Syndrome (Xerostomia) (Definition)
A condition in which a person can't generate enough saliva to keep the mouth moist. Can be caused by loss of fluids from diarrhea or vomiting that leads to dehydration, or occasionally as a side effect of a medication. ...Read more
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