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Some tips for temporary relief of dry mouth: chew sugar-free gum, limit caffeine intake, use a humidifier and sip water (more ideas in this resource). The best way to treat dry mouth in the long-term is to address the cause.
xylitol, Mouth Kote, Mouth Spray, carboxymethylcellulose , hydroxyethyl cellulose , Biotene, xerostomia, sjogren's syndrome, mouthwash, smoke, smoking, saliva, antihistamines, flouride
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