Why does dry mouth appear If dry mouth appears
in the morning, after sleep, and in the afternoon is absent, its cause is mouth breathing or snoring in sleep. Breathing disorder can be caused by polyps in the nose, contortion of the nasal septum, allergic rhinitis, pollinosis, hymoritis, runny nose. In some cases, the cause of xerostomy may be the use of any medication. Such drugs include all types of antibiotics, antidepressants, sedatives, antifungal drugs in pills, myorelaxants, drugs for the treatment of enuresis, antihistamines , bronchytic, painkillers, agents used in obesity, drugs for vomiting, diarrhea and some others.$
Dry mouth can be after smoking.
If xerostomy is a sign of serious disease, the person has a burning tongue, dry throat, mouth begins Itch, cracks appear on its mucous. Dry mouth is often accompanied by signs of internal disturbances: frequent urination, thirst, dry nose and throat, sore throat. There are cracks in the corners of the lips, because of viscosity in the mouth speech is made insolent. The tongue becomes dry, stiff and red, the taste of food changes, the voice can sizzle, bad breath appears. Without treatment for this condition, partial or complete mucosal atrophy may develop.
In which diseases appear dry mouth Dry mouth
can be caused by many causes, these include atrophy of salivary glands, infectious respiratory diseases systems, gastrointestinal diseases, nervous system, autoimmune diseases. Xerostomy appears in various infectious diseases due to high temperature and general intoxication. This symptom is typical for viral infections affecting blood supply systems, salivary glands and affecting saliva production (n-r, pig). Xerostomy is a symptom of systemic diseases and diseases of internal organs: diabetes mellitus, HIV infection, anemia, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, stroke, rheumatoid arthritis, hypotonia.
Any diseases that cause increased sweating, blood loss, diarrhea, temperature, vomiting can lead to dehydration and dry mucous membranes.
In the normal drinking regime, xerostomy during pregnancy should not occur because in pregnant women the production of saliva increases. However, during summer, this symptom can cause increased sweating and, as a result, dehydration and dryness of the mucous membranes. If a woman “in position” has a dry mouth accompanied by a metallic, acidic flavour, it may be a symptom of gestational diabetes. The cause of xerostomy during pregnancy may be an overabundance of magnesium or a deficiency of potassium in the body.