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When i sleep, always my pillow becomes wet due to my spit drop from my mouth during the sleeping.
Close your mouth while you are sleeping. Put some tape over your lips so that your mouth will not open. Tie a cloth around your jaw and head to help keep your mouth closed.
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definitely take some of the strain off your back by changing the position you
sleep in. Putting a pillow between your
legs helps ease some of the tension in the spine and if you sleep on your side,
you should try drawing your legs up closer to your chest.
If you sleep on your back (which some people find more painful), try putting a pillow under your knees to relieve some of the pressure on the spine.
Feb 14, 2013 | Health & Beauty
Snoring with your mouth open is the most common way
that people snore. It's usually indicative of a problem with the tissues in the
throat (ie maybe too loose and therefore causing a blockage in the airways).
You can't make somebody close their mouth when they
are sleeping especially if their breathing feels restricted, which is why they
are opening their mouth.
Feb 13, 2013 | Health & Beauty
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