Dry Mouth Products: What one is the Best?  There is no doubt that there are plenty of options to choose from when deciding one what product to buy for dry mouth symptoms. Most of these products claim to be your next “holy-grail”, but their promises fall short when the product stops working almost immediately after use. The market is filled with solutions like lozenges, toothpastes, mouth rinses, melting capsules, and mouth sprays.We get the question,

Head and Neck Cancers

Posted by Alexandra Plante on  September 7, 2018
Head and Neck Cancers Head and neck cancers constitutes about 4% of all cancers in the United States each year. It’s estimated that every year, around 65,000 people are diagnosed with these types of cancer. There are many forms of head and neck cancers, but they are usually diagnosed within patients over the age of 50. A diagnostic of Throat cancer. After a head and neck cancer diagnosis, targeted treatments are likely the next step in

Do E-Cigarettes Cause Dry Mouth?

Posted by Alexandra Plante on  September 7, 2018
Do E-Cigarettes Cause Dry Mouth? If you’ve been in any public space, a new trend is clearly becoming very prevalent in the adult population: using e-cigarettes.  They are probably less harmful than tobacco smoking, but they come with various side effects. In a study more than half of the participants reported some side effects which they attributed to e-cigarette use. The most common were dry mouth and throat which contributed to 38%. Electronic e –
The Famous ESPN Reporter with Sjogren’s Syndrome When you’re one of the country’s top sports reporters for a constantly booming company like ESPN, there is never a dull moment. Being busy and always on-the-go is a lifestyle, and sometimes it’s hard to take a step back and evaluate your health. This was the exact challenge that famous ESPN reporter, Jeannine Edwards, faced during her career. At 54 years old, Edwards just recently ended her wonderfully

What to Use for Dry Mouth

Posted by Alexandra Plante on  July 31, 2018
What to Use for Dry Mouth Dry mouth can be found in 25% of the population. It is caused by a variety of conditions, including diabetes, cancer treatments, prescription and OTC drugs, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, sleep apnea, HIV/AIDs, and many more. Untreated dry mouth can lead to other health issues like tooth decay and trouble eating, sleeping, and talking. In the past, dry mouth relief has not been easy to come by. Drug stores carry mouthwashes,