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Медики рассказали, о каких болезнях говорит сухость во рту
Медики рассказали, о каких болезнях говорит сухость во рту
Ученые заявили о том, что при обнаружении регулярной сухости во рту, людям стоит опасаться, ведь она может быть симптомом серьезных нарушений, сбоев и болезней человеческого организма, передает Телеграф. Медики рассказали, что регулярная сухость во рту может быть симптомом такой опасной болезни, как ксеростомия. Среди причин, по которым эта болезнь развивается - прием опасных медицинских препаратов, солнечные облучения в области головы и химиотерапия. Первые признаки, по которым можно узнать о заболевании, такие неприятные ощущения, как лейкость слюны, жжение языка, проблемы с приемом пищи, изменения в речи, неприятный запах изо рта и, конечно, сухость во рту. Очень часто это заболевание путают с такими болезнями , как ангина и подобными. Так как они имеют похожие симптомы. Кроме того, возникновение болезни может причинить повреждение нервов, которые отвечают за активацию слюнных желез. Не менее серьезная болезнь, о которой может свидетельствовать сухость во рту - сахарный диабет. Медики отмечают, что, заболев им, люди часто ощущают проблемы с слюноотделением. Согласно рекомендациям врачей, если вы столкнулись с таким симптомом, нужно регулярно посещать стоматолога, который сможет заметить заболевания на ранних стадиях.
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