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Excessive saliva is caused by an increase in the body’s saliva production or a decrease in a person’s ability to swallow or keep saliva in the mouth, says Mayo Clinic. Some causes of increased saliva production include improperly fit dentures, gastroesophageal reflux disease and a mouth or throat in


Causes of excess saliva include eating spicy foods, medication side effects, pregnancy, problems swallowing, and certain medical conditions and diseases, according to WebMD. Poor muscle control in the mouth and face is also a common cause of excess saliva.


Certain foods, medications and medical conditions cause excessive saliva flow, according to WebMD. Too much saliva is usually not a cause for concern unless it persists.


Prescription medications, Botox injections and surgery are treatment options for excess saliva, according to WebMD. The doctor selects treatment based on the cause of the excess saliva.


Effective home remedies for excess mucus include breathing humidified air and remaining hydrated, according to Healthline. Using a neti pot to drain the sinuses is helpful as well.


Thick saliva occurs when the body has a hard time producing enough of it, which is often a side effect of prescription and over-the-counter drugs, according to Medical Daily. The most common types of medications that produce thick saliva are for allergy, cold and pain.


Common causes for thick and sticky saliva include dehydration, Sjogren's syndrome, dry mouth syndrome, sarcoidosis, iron poisoning and cystic fibrosis. Abnormally thick and sticky saliva is usually accompanied by other symptoms in all of these conditions, states WebMD.


Rest, ice, elevation, compression and anti-inflammatory medicine are viable home remedies that can reduce excess fluid in the knee, according to Progressive Health. Arthrocentesis is a clinical procedure that doctors use to remove fluid from a knee, according to Mayo Clinic.


Good remedies for nighttime coughing include drinking noncaffeinated herbal tea with honey before sleeping, elevating the body with pillows, maintaining 40 to 50 percent humidity levels in the bedroom, and keeping cough relief essentials at bedside, including water and cough medication, according to


Various conditions such as urinary tract infections, diabetes, pregnancy and prostate issues can cause frequent urination in some patients, states WebMD. Other conditions that can cause frequent urination include overactive bladder syndrome, interstitial cystitis, stroke and the use of diuretics.