Excessive water in the mouth
Since having the flu
last year and having a ear infection
which caused me to loose 99% of my hearing,and having dental treatment,i seem to have excessive saliva in my mouth this cause me to keep wiping my mouth and making my lips dry.
dindin on 2005-05-15
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As this was dental work , and you may have had metal fillings it would be worth trying mercury
Check it out
also showing up are Iodine
passkey last decade
In my book 'Your bodies many cries for water' it says excessive saliva...also while sleeping, is a sign of dehydration! (If you don't drink a lot of water then increase your amount slowly. Get some trace minerals to replace the ones you loose when drinking the amount you should be taking in daily...10cups a day. I had to increase my amount by one cup a week. Make sure your body is getting rid of what you take in before increasing. This shows your kiddneys are tolerating the increase. Magnesium citrate 400mg daily also, if you do not tolerate that much right away, then start out with 1/2 that, calcium citrate, and potassium are also part of this regiment. For my trace minerals I take a 1/4 teaspoon of a high mineral content of sea salt with every quart of water I drink, and I use it on my foods too. If you have high blood pressure
or kidney problems(renal failure)this is not recommended. Also if this is your only type of salt used, you need a supplement of Iodine
, like kelp daily, or use a iodine sea salt on your foods. I haven't found a 'high mineral' sea salt that has enough iodine in it, but the regular sea salt with iodine does have that. Do you drink enough water daily? Caffine products decrease the amount of water in the body by almost twice the amount. If you drink one cup of cafinated coffee you have to drink almost 2cups of water to replace it. A good site to look at for this information is watercure2.com
upnorth last decade
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