Definitely keep drinking as much as you can but I also have SALIVIX pastilles on prescription. They help produce saliva in your mouth to stop it being so dry and use a good chapstick with sunblock from the chemist to care for your lips.
I can assure you if you try these things you will find things more comfortable. Good luck xx
@A DiabetesTeam Member! Avoid fatty foods, spices, acidic foods & drink. Observe also what foods tend to stimulate it, ie. Tomatoes, Bread & other products made of flour. Water comes into the equation again.avoid late supper not to go to bed on a full belly. Other members Will probably give their input
@A DiabetesTeam Member, ChristinePlant is right, hydrating your body s of prime importance. You need fliuds/water to dilute & flush out toxins through the urine. The urine should be clear not dark. Carry water around with you. Don't drink only when you thirsty. I wish you well!
Thanks everyone great information in up for my first cheak up on Thursday I let you no how I get on xxx
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