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Posted by: Irvine Rassell | 2009-07-12

DRY MOUTH

I wake up several time a night with a very dry mouth.
I sleap on my side and my mouth is closed

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If you are snoring, you may need to be examined for sleep apnoea. If you are not a snorer, you might want to try a humidifier.

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