One of the most common side effects of many medications is cotton mouth, an uncomfortable condition that occurs when the saliva levels in your mouth drop to near zero. Dozens of drug categories lead to dry mouth, from antihistamines to antihypertensives, but one of the most notorious causes of a cottony palate – and so, of bad breath – is antidepressants.
Why do these prescriptions dry out your mouth and encourage halitosis? For the answer to that, you have to look at how the saliva glands work….
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Thanks again for your support over the years and I hope you get a chance to use this valuable coupon. Just drop by your local Walgreens or Rite Aid to save some serious money on TheraBreath Mouth Wetting Lozenges today!
Yours in good health,
Dr. Harold Katz
Inventor, TheraBreath Oral Care System
Founder and Chief Researcher, California Breath Clinics
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