How Sjögren’s Syndrome & Dry Mouth Relate

Sjögren’s Syndrome is an autoimmune inflammatory disease that affects many parts of the body such as exocrine glands in the eyes & mouth along with the kidneys, liver, lungs and even the Central Nervous System. Approximately 4 million Americans, nine out of 10 being women, suffer from Sjogren’s Syndrome.

Sjögren’s can be commonly misdiagnosed with symptoms from other diseases such as lupus. Multiple uncomfortable symptoms can occur with Sjögren’s, specifically dry mouth, as the salivary glands can be inflamed due to the disease.

Having dry mouth from Sjögren’s Syndrome can cause additional life changing effects such as increased dental visits, mouth sores, and even poor eating habits as food can’t be properly digested without a natural amount of saliva.

Managing dry mouth from Sjögren’s can be challenging, with countless dollars spent on products, and time spent finding the right one. Thankfully, many Sjogren’s patients have found relief with a new dry mouth spray on the market called Lubricity. Lubricity consists of only 5 ingredients, and is proven to effectively relieve dry mouth for up to 4 hours or more! It’s compact, 2oz bottle provides users with a full 30-day supply. Some even say “This actually worked better than anything I found!”.

Lubricity Innovations has worked closely with the Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation and their followers to help those that suffer from severe dry mouth. Hoping to one day help all of those who suffer from dry mouth, Lubricity Innovations continues to improve their product and educate others on numerous dry mouth conditions. If you are looking for a new saliva substitute to ease your dry mouth then give Lubricity a try today!

Learn more about Sjögren’s Syndrome & Dry Mouth HERE.