More than two medications per day

The more medications you take, the more likely you are to experience Dry Mouth. Over-the-counter cold remedies, antihistamines, anti-depressants, some beta-blockers, anti-hypertensives and diuretics can all contribute to Dry Mouth.

Mouth usually feels dry

Dry Mouth can be caused by many factors and, if left untreated, can significantly impact your oral health. You may also notice a red, parched look around the mouth and stickiness around the lips.

Regularly eating/drinking to keep mouth moist

Water, lollies, gum and other ways to moisten your mouth can’t give you the same relief as Osmist Dry Mouth Spray, which contains moisturisers and lubricants. By the time you’re actively managing your symptoms, chances are your saliva flow has already dropped at least 50%. Don’t ignore it any longer.

Thirsty at night

Dry Mouth can get worse at night as the reduced saliva flow slows down the removal of bacteria that cause bad breath.

Mouth becomes dry when speaking

Dry Mouth can make it more difficult or uncomfortable to speak or eat. Osmist Dry Mouth Spray can ease your symptoms and provide moisturising symptom relief.