Causes Of Cold Mouth?
These days my mouth feels cold. Are there any symptoms of an illness?
Hello, good afternoon Ade Fitriyani.
Cold mouth is actually a symptom that is rarely complained of by patients and is not a characteristic characteristic of a disease. Possible conditions that may cause a cold mouth include:
Frequent consumption of cold food and drinks
not drinking enough to cause dry throat irritation in the throat
GERD (Gastro Esofageal Reflux Disease), or acid reflux disease in the form of acid reflux from the stomach into the esophagus due to the weakness of the circular muscle at the bottom of the esophagus. This circle normally functions to prevent gastric acid from rising back up into the esophagus. This rise in stomach acid can cause a burning chest, a bitter or sour taste in the throat, etc.
psychological stress or anxiety resulting in a dry throat
If the complaints you experience are still not getting better or getting worse, you should see a doctor (especially an ENT specialist) to find out the cause of the complaints that arise. Meanwhile, what you can do at home include: consume 2 liters of water a day, drink water that is too cold or too hot, avoid lying down immediately after eating (give a distance of about 20 minutes after you eat).
I hope this helps.
Regards, dr. Denisa Libela Haimi