Causes Of Excessive Saliva Production?
Hello, I want to ask, why do I get sick with a headache, after that I recovered so I often spit, is there inflammation in my stomach? Please help, I’m tired of going back and forth in and out of the house to spit, if it’s nighttime, I won’t be able to sleep even a little want to spit because of the drooling so fast. But, I like to just eat candy to keep it from spitting, how can I not? Please advise me so I don’t just spit. 🙂
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Frequent spitting can be caused by an increase in saliva called hypersalivation / sialorea. This condition is normal or can also be caused by a disorder that occurs in the body.
A person will generally experience an increase in saliva / saliva production if exposed to food, in a hungry condition, the presence of sores / mouth sores, the condition of pregnancy, etc.
Some other conditions that can cause increased saliva production include:
Infection in the mouth Increased gastric acid due to GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux) or inflammation of the stomach / gastritis Inflammation in the throat or esophagus Use of certain drugs Poisoning Disorders of the nerves around the mouth or face Injury in the jaw area Rabies infection
If inflammation is suspected in the stomach, often symptoms such as abdominal pain to the chest or to the back, bloating, nausea, mouth feeling sour or bitter can be found in patients.
If no symptoms / abnormalities are suspected in the body, the condition will improve by itself. However, if hypersalivation occurs continuously and interfere with daily activities, it is better to check yourself to the doctor in order to get the examination and proper handling.
Consuming sweets is permitted if doing so can reduce your complaints. Some suggestions you can take to help reduce complaints include:
Maintain oral and dental hygiene Eat nutritious and balanced foods Don't lie down after eating. Give pause 3-4 hours so that stomach acid does not rise and irritate the esophagus Avoid consuming foods that can increase stomach acid such as eating spicy, sour, bersantan, too fatty, coffee tea and chocolate Increase consumption of plain water Eat in small portions but often Diligently check the condition teeth and mouth to the dentist
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