What can I do to stop mouth breathing during sleep?

See your doctor. You may want to be evaluated by an ent, dentist or oral surgeon to determine why you are a mouth breather. Do you have any nasal obstruction? Is your tongue really enlarged? Do you have sleep apnea?

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I am a mouth breather at night while I sleep. Can my mouth breathing at night be causing my tooth enamel erosion and if it is, what can I do to stop it?

Partly, but more. Mouth breathing can cause you to have a dry mouth. This can lead to more decay. Mouth breathing can be habitual, caused by allergies, obstructions, related to snoring and sleep apnea. Sometimes using breathe rite strips can help you breathe better. Your primary care physician can help you find diagnose your breathing problem. Read more...
Xerostomia. Dry mouth is not good in terms of cavities. If you have breathing issues, check with your dentist and ent, or md, and see if you have apnea. There is gold standard cpap, or mrd device a dentist can make for you. If you are a chronic mouth-breather there are otc and in-office products you can purchase such as biotene, and oramoist.... Just see your dentist and ask questions. Read more...
No. Dental erosion is not generally caused by mouth breathing. If you have teeth erosion, contact your dentist to find out the cause and how to prevent it. It could be your diet, frequency of food intake, gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd), etc. You and your dentist should be looking into ways to strengthen your enamel. Read more...
It should not. Mouth breating is usualy caused by blockage in nostrils i would check with ent enamel erosion can be do to acidic food or drink also it can be due to clinching and grinding check with your dentist. Read more...