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Why Does Marijuana Cause Dry Mouth?

Why Does Marijuana Cause Dry Mouth?

According to the National Institutes of Health, people have used marijuana (cannabis) as a safe or effective treatment of any medical condition for at least 3,000 years. Legalization of marijuana for medical use or adult recreational use is growing in number in some states or countries. At the other end of the spectrum, studies also found negative associations between marijuana use and health. One of the most common side effects of marijuana use is dry mouth. Dry mouth, clinically termed as Xerostomia, is a condition wherein the normal salivary flow is being interrupted. Marijuana causes dry mouth by blocking salivary glands...

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CANNABIS & COTTON MOUTH

CANNABIS & COTTON MOUTH

Having a dry mouth when smoking cannabis or “cotton mouth” as it’s commonly referred to, is a common experience for cannabis users all throughout the world. Several researches found the association between dry mouth and cannabis use. Cotton mouth is more prevalent as cannabis use increases. WHAT IS COTTON MOUTH? Cotton mouth can be a temporary condition brought on by nerves or excitement, or it can be an ongoing symptom due to certain medical ailments, or effects of medications taken, or by use of illegal drugs. According to the American Academy of Oral Medicine, cottonmouth is a common condition and it...

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Cancer Treatment and Dry Mouth

Cancer Treatment and Dry Mouth

Dry mouth is one of the most common side effects of cancer treatment such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy. In some cases, people undergoing cancer treatments may experience pain in the mouth due to extreme dryness. Even after doing several ways to relieve the symptom, the sensation of dryness will still not go away. Cancer Treatments That Cause Xerostomia Chemotherapy can cause xerostomia after treatment. It causes dry mouth by destroying the salivary glands which results to reduced saliva production. Insufficient amount of saliva in the mouth can affect a person’s taste, chewing, and talking. However, dry mouth, as a side effect...

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