Will a humidifier help with mouth breathing after removal of tonsils & deviated septum surgery? Been suffering with sleep b/c of a dry mouth @ night.

Yes. Yes but the surgery itself should have helped with mouth breathing. If you are several weeks post op, you should have your surgeon recheck things. But the added humidity should make you feel more comfortable.

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