The Cause Of Frequent Salivation During Fasting?
Good morning .. r nDo sorry I want to ask. why, if I fast, I want spit, but spit water, KLO doesn’t spit, it quickly collects. what’s the cause please … thank you
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Saliva is a clear liquid made by several salivary glands in the mouth. Saliva is a very important substance for digesting food and keeping teeth healthy and strong. Saliva can also fight germs in the mouth and prevent body odor. Our mouth has 6 large salivary glands and hundreds of small salivary glands. Saliva is formed especially when we chew food. When we are hungry or even just looking or imagining food, our saliva is also formed in preparation for eating. Saliva should not be spit out, especially in any place. Saliva contains substances that are good for the body and should only be swallowed. Swallowing saliva does not cancel fasting. Disposing of saliva or spitting up is a bad thing because it removes the useless substances produced by the body. Don't spit out your saliva. It's okay if your saliva becomes more, just swallow the saliva. However, if your saliva becomes too large, difficult to swallow, or even out of your mouth, it might be a sign of a serious disorder. You should see your doctor for examination.
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