Are Your Prescriptions Causing Dry Mouth? Here’s How to Know and What to do About It.

Are Your Prescriptions Causing Dry Mouth? Here’s How to Know and What to do About It.

When it comes to our health, it should be our right to have it all. We shouldn’t have to choose between keeping our lungs healthy or our heart healthy. Between having strong legs or a sharp mind. But for those of us on prescription medications, this is not the reality.

Because of the side effects of many prescription drugs, we are forced to choose to keep one part of our bodies healthy at the expense of another. We suffer the side effects of our prescriptions, knowing it’s better to choose partial health over no health at all.

One of the most common side effects of prescription medications is dry mouth.

We know of over 400 medications that cause it. Everything from antidepressants to antihistamines to beta-blockers. This is because many medications have an antiadrenergic or anticholinergic effect, which blocks the parts of your body that promote saliva production from the glands, and other gland production.

For example, Benadryl dries up your sinuses, so you don’t have a runny nose anymore, but at the same time, it can dry up your saliva glands. This is why you might experience some dry mouth when taking Benadryl.

Benadryl is a mild example. Stronger prescription medications, like those taken by patients who are undergoing radiation or chemotherapy, can cause a greater amount of dry mouth and, therefore, a greater amount of discomfort.

If you’re suffering from dry mouth and you take prescription drugs, one of your medications could be the culprit.

Not sure of your prescriptions’ side effects? Click here to find out if your medication is on the list that causes dry mouth. (Click here for a list of generic medications that can cause dry mouth.)

Chances are, you saw at least one of your medications on that list. If you are on multiple medications, this could be heightening the level of dry mouth or the frequency that you experience it.

So now what? What can you do?

You don’t want to stop taking your medication. It’s working, and it’s making at least one part of your body feel better. But dry mouth—feeling thirsty all the time, cracked lips, bad breath, problems speaking—it’s almost unbearable. We know.

What if you didn’t have to choose between your medication and the unfortunate side effect of dry mouth?

What if you could keep taking your medication and relieve your dry mouth symptoms at the same time?

This is what we at HYDRALIEF™ are here to help you do.

When it comes to your health, we don’t think you should have to make a choice. We don’t think you need to suffer from the side effects of dry mouth just to keep other parts of yourself healthy.

This is why we spent eight years researching dry mouth and the latest cutting-edge technology in oral care. As a result, we’ve created a line of oral conditioners  that taste good, feel good and bring immediate, long-lasting relief to your dry mouth symptoms.

HYDRALIEF™ is available in multiple formats, so you can choose which one you like best: rinse, spray, or gel. Take your pick.

Is this all sounding too good to be true? We thought it might. That’s why we would like to offer you a free sample of our product so you can try it yourself, for free, no strings attached. That’s how much we believe in it.

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You have to make lots of choices in life, but you shouldn't have to decide to keep one part of your body healthy at the expense of another. With HYDRALIEF™, you can keep taking your medication while finding long-lasting relief from your dry mouth symptoms. Now that’s an easy choice to make.