Dry Mouth

The condition known as dry mouth is brought on by a decrease in salivary flow or changes in the makeup of saliva. The main contributors are stress, snoring, smoking, excessive alcohol use, and depression. Additionally, several medical treatments eventually result in a dry mouth condition. "Xerostomia" is the medical word for this condition.


Some effective home remedies for Dry Mouth


Lemon juice stimulates the production of saliva. Additionally, it offers relief from the disorder's numerous signs and symptoms.

  • Separate a lemon into two halves.
  • Squeeze the juice from half a lemon into a glass of water.
  • Increase the amount of honey in the mixture.

Consume this mixture frequently.


Xerostomia can be prevented by the preventive effects of aloe vera.

  • Scrap the gel from the aloe vera leaf and mix it in water to make a juice.
  • Whenever your mouth gets dry, rinse it with this juice.
  • You can also use a cotton swab to apply the Aloe Vera gel around the mouth. After a brief period, wash with cold water.

This significantly aids in the treatment of dry mouth.


When it comes to curing dry mouth, ginger is really beneficial. The salivary glands are stimulated by it, and it also aids in clearing up the issue of bad breath.

  • Slice a ginger root into small pieces.
  • Directly chew the uncooked pieces at a slower pace. To reap the rewards, repeat this a few times every day.



  • Drink a lot of liquids every day to avoid dehydration and dryness.
  • Give up smoking.
  • Regularly gargle with warm water that has salt added.
  • Increase your consumption of foods high in water content.
  • Frequently brush your teeth and tongue.