Friday, January 29, 2010

Dry Throat In Room With Air Conditioning Air Conditioning/Dry Mouth?

Air Conditioning/Dry Mouth? - dry throat in room with air conditioning

Hello! Every morning lately, I've woken up with a very dry mouth. I mean, very, neck and all. Do not understand why this would happen, except perhaps the air conditioner to remove moisture from the room? If you an idea about this?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Air absorbs moisture. Try a humidifier for his small room at night.

Anonymous said...

Could a combination of dehydration, the summer heat and air conditioning. You can get a humidifier for your bedroom, to replace lost moisture in the air conditioning.

Anonymous said...

Could a combination of dehydration, the summer heat and air conditioning. You can get a humidifier for your bedroom, to replace lost moisture in the air conditioning.

Anonymous said...

Some things that would try to limit the AC and humidification of the room. Put a wide-mouth container of water beside his bed. If all else fails, you can try a humidifier. Limiting exposure to AC is the answer for me. Consider prevent the use of mineral salts in order to continue to dry mouth - http://www.nuvorainc.com/salese.html

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