Does your mouth and throat feel dry when you wake up? What to do to prevent that?
Sometimes it does, yes. They (health experts, I suppose) say that you should drink a big cup of water right after waking up, so that could combat any dry throat. Also, drinking enough water throughout the day, meaning getting the recommended amount, can probably help too.
Yeah, sometimes. But when I started to drink water before I go to bed, I don't feel it anymore.
Just drink maybe 2glass of water before sleeping. It will surely help you to avoid that dry feeling when you wake up
Sometimes it does, i always leave water next to my bed , that helps alot
It might help to run a humidifier while you sleep - it's perfectly safe to do so, and there are some decent, inexpensive ones at stores like Target or Kmart. Hope that helps - good luck!
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