Dry moth from anxiety on driving lessons Watch

AquaGuy
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It makes me feel a little self conscious when my mouth gets really dry because I’m worried it makes my breath smell. I eat mint beforehand which might help, but I’m not sure.

Any tips on what to do to stop it?

Thanks.
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Have some chewing gum whilst on your lessons
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Drink water
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I used to get this a bit as well, just used to take a bottle of water and sip it whenever we stopped at traffic lights or whatever. Chewing gum also helps a lot.
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