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MellyMel22 · 36-40, F
[i][c=#BF0080]Not sure, but I’d think warm mist. I use an oil diffusers and got rid of my humidifier. [/c][/i]
helenS · 31-35, F
Depending on where you live, natural air humidity should be sufficient for you. Please try not to become too dependent on technical things for something as natural as breathing. A glass of water next to your bed might help.
MntoNc · 31-35, M
[@6602,helenS] you dont understand. Its always been fine not having one until this. My saliva glands are swollen and ive been waking up from dry mouth which has been effecting my sleep and its driving me insane. Its probably the reason its still swollen, so maybe a humidifier would help
helenS · 31-35, F
[@776330,MntoNc] Have you consulted a doctor?
SamtheDog · M
Just put out a large bowl of water in the room you sleep in. If the air is dry it will take up the water, if theres no relief consider physiological causes.
MntoNc · 31-35, M
[@854658,SamtheDog] My saliva glands are swollen and ive been waking up from dry mouth which has been effecting my sleep and its driving me insane. Its probably the reason its still swollen, so maybe a humidifier would help

 
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