Causes Of Excess Saliva Production?
I often spit out saliva r nMy head is so mucous r n My head hurts and is dizzy
Hello Michael, thank you for the question.
Increased saliva production can cause a person to drool frequently. This condition is known as hypersalivation in medical language. The saliva you pass can mix with mucus produced by the respiratory tract, for example if you have flu, sinusitis, or bronchitis. Hypersalivation can be caused by:
the body is experiencing an infection
acid reflux disease
side effects of drugs
Which part of the headache do you have? The causes of headaches vary widely and these complaints can be caused by other medical conditions (secondary headaches) or not caused by other conditions (primary headaches). Examples of primary headaches include migraines, cluster headaches, and tension headaches; whereas examples of secondary headaches include head injuries, infections (flu, sinusitis, meningitis), narrowing of blood vessels, vision problems, and others.
You can try to rest well and limit your physical activity. Increase the consumption of nutritious foods and consume enough water every day. Please take paracetamol if the headache gets worse.
If this complaint has been going on for several days and does not improve, you should immediately see a doctor directly for further examination and treatment. Doctors need to do this examination to determine the cause.
Hope this information is helpful.