Answer: When you sleep, all the air catches on to your tounge (esp. if you sleep mouth open) and it makes it dry. Why does water dry up in the the sun? Exactly. You dont get to put saliva on your tongue when you are asleep. Dribbling usually happens when the face is faced down (it escapes from your mouth)
Answer: Sometimes it could be because your body temperature is high causing your tongue to swell or become larger, it is not serious just your body reacting to the heat. When your tongue becomes larger your teeth are putting pressure on it bitting down on some of your nerves in you tongue causing a shock to go to your brain, waking you up and you feeling the pain in your tongue.
If the pain is throbbing, stinging or a cutting feeling you might want to get it checked out but other wise it is nothing to worry about
Answer: there is a scientifical explanation. the chemicals your taste buds release in your dreams, mix with your dry saliva, and create a chemical that causes the roof or your mouth and your tonsels to be irritated.
It usually dissolves completely within five minutes, but if they have been on a shelf for awhile can take up to 10 minutes. Suboxone should only be taken sublingually(dissolved under tongue), if not taken this way it is virtually ineffective.
Answer: speaking from experience, acid can take a layer of your tongue away if you use enough, and im sure that vinegar has the same potential for damage to a canker sore as it does to your useful cells. the advantage is that the good cells grow back, whereas the canker sore doesnt. keep doing whatever it is you had in mind, cuz the damage i experienced wasnt painful and had no affect on my ability to taste food (the tequila i drank just an hour ago still almost made me gag).
Why might the tongue stay stuck to the tope pallet of the mouth at night?
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Answer: There are several possibilities here, all of them potentially LIFE THREATENING AND IN NEED OF IMMEDIATE ATTENTION.
1) You may have an abcess forming that needs to be treated before it potentially threatens to obstruct your breathing.
2) You may be having an allergic reaction to something and again, it may obstruct your ability to breathe.
It may be nothing of great concern, but until you are evaluated by a professional. HOW ARE YOU GOING TO KNOW? You need to be seen by an otolaryngologist (Ear, nose and throat specialist, or at the very least by an emergency room physician.
I disagree with the above answer. I used to have a swollen pallet that practically touched my tongue but it would clear up as the day went on. It was caused from snoring. It turned out that I had sleep apnea and sometimes I would snore so hard that it caused my pallet to swell. It was a weird feeling too as it felt as though I had something stuck in the back of my throat.
If your problem is not happening upon waking in the morning then I would probably follow the advice above and get your butt into seeing a doctor quick. It could be nothing but why wait and take the chance??
Answer: Yes, Also when your gums are inflamed and bleeding from flossing after infrequent flossing or right after you have had your teeth cleaned by a dental hygienist as your gums will tend to be sore after the trauma to the tissue caused by a good dental cleaning. Rinsing with as warm as you can stand it, salt water will help relieve the pain and inflammation of the gums.