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Dry mouth / Increased thirst

Suck on sugar free hard candy or chewing gum to help produce more saliva.
Eat foods with sauces and gravies to moisten the mouth and make it easier to swallow.
Avoid dry, hard items such as crackers, chips, pretzels, dry toast, rusk that can stick in the throat.
Sip water frequently.
Use a lip balm to keep the lips moist.
If dry mouth is severe ask your doctor or dentist about products that coat the mouth and keep it wet.
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