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Amazon [amazon.com] has 36-Count ACT Dry Mouth Lozenges (soothing mint) on sale for $3.80 - $0.19 = $3.61 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ prime or on orders $25+
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I wanted to try these as I have dry mouth, but I can't do sucralose. Damn. Thanks anyway, OP.
That regular price of $15.99 is bloated. These retail for about $6-$7. So, still a great deal. In for one. Thanks OP.

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I wanted to try these as I have dry mouth, but I can't do sucralose. Damn. Thanks anyway, OP.
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That regular price of $15.99 is bloated. These retail for about $6-$7. So, still a great deal. In for one. Thanks OP.
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I wanted to try these as I have dry mouth, but I can't do sucralose. Damn. Thanks anyway, OP.
Oh dang, thanks for the warning. Same here.
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I use the rinse. Not much of a taste to it think I paid $7 for it not sure if this would be really much cheaper then just buying the rinse
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$3.80 on Walmart.com [walmart.com] and I usually find these in stock.
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i have severe dry mouth and i need something that works, any help is appreciated thx
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Serious question, wouldn't this reduce your water/liquid intake or this should only be taken when you have health condition ?
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Serious question, wouldn't this reduce your water/liquid intake or this should only be taken when you have health condition ?
I think the main ingredient in the drymouth mouth wash is glycerin... so I'd guess it just kind of leaves a film so to speak behind, and that helps so you don't feel dried out. I'd say it works, but you still want to drink lots of water throughout the day. Don't think it would have anything to do with reducing water intake. Shouldn't be like creatine where your body stores more water...

All that said, I don't have prices handy, but I think this is a sorta lukewarm deal. You can get 33.8 fl oz of Equate drymouth mouth wash for $5.97. I can't say whether the liquid lasts longer... nor if it's faster to use. You're supposed to have it in your mouth for a while to it can set in, and gargle the mouthwash. I think dry mouth though would mostly bother people overnight more than anything, unless they can't have water on hand at work.

Walmart.com shows you can get 100 TheraBreath lozenges for $7.97. (About 8 cents each). Granted, your local Walmart might be looted, and we are in the middle of a pandemic... so just depends if you can be bothered to pick it up.
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I wanted to try these as I have dry mouth, but I can't do sucralose. Damn. Thanks anyway, OP.
Try Therabreath. They're pretty good. Been using these for years


https://www.amazon.com/TheraBreat...00VN02QC6/
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These crackers...... ARE MAKING ME THIRSTY!!!
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Try Therabreath. They're pretty good. Been using these for years


https://www.amazon.com/TheraBreat...00VN02QC6/
Aw hell. That first review had me convinced. Thanks for sharing
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Chewing sugar free gum would probably be better than sucking on lozenges for dry mouth, although these seem to be similar to sugar free gum so they're probably better than throat lozenges. At least it does a better job of keeping my mouth moist (seems to stimulate saliva, whereas lozenges and other things like candy that you suck on tend to leave my mouth feeling dry).

Which this isn't the same, but be careful about using mouth wash, you should rinse your mouth out with water after using any. Otherwise it can actually help bacteria growth (and thus give you bad breath) by drying your mouth out. Especially stay away from any with alcohol as its especially bad about it. Your saliva naturally handles bacteria some. Its definitely a good idea to drink water regularly throughout the day as well (both for that reason but also to stay hydrated).

Couple of other tips, brush before eating (30min-1hr, not right before), and then rinse your mouth out well with water after eating or drinking (especially sugary drinks which helps feed bacteria). Brushing with toothpaste is actually more for creating a barrier on your teeth that protects your enamel from wear. You also want to give time for your enamel to reharden after brushing (and likewise after eating/drinking, so don't brush immediate after - rinse with water, floss, or chew gum to deal with food particles). And while brushing focus near your gum line as that's the areas that bacteria take hold the most.
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I wanted to try these as I have dry mouth, but I can't do sucralose. Damn. Thanks anyway, OP.
Sugar? Aah, essentially it makes you salivate.
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