If you are suffering from CHRONIC DRY MOUTH then your treatment is XEROS!

Solution for oral cancer survivors suffering from chronic dry mouth caused by radiation therapy treatment
Also used by those suffering from Sjogren's Syndrome

The XEROS Dry Mouth Pump is a device designed to provide immediate and effective relief from chronic dry mouth caused by cancer radiation therapy treatment.

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There is a substantial difference between dry mouth and chronic dry mouth The XEROS is designed ONLY for people suffering from chronic dry mouth.

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You can use the XEROS when sitting in a chair, laying down sleeping or resting, running, working, riding (a horse, a motorcycle, a bicycle). You cannot use the XEROS in the shower, in the swimming pool, or in a hurricane.

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The XEROS can be used most anytime in a 24 hour day except for bathing, swimming, and eating. The XEROS is effective when the air accelerates through the oral cavity (breathing heavy) like when running or working hard. The XEROS is portable and goes with you. It passes through TSA at the airport with little to no issue.

  1. Use the XEROS when you experience dry mouth at night
  2. Use the XEROS when you are speaking at length
  3. Use the XEROS when engaged in any type of physical labor or exercising
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The XEROS mimics the natural salivary wetting system as close a mechanical device can. Over 90% of saliva is water, the wetting agent. The XEROS uses water to wet the oral cavity.

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The XEROS is programmed by you, the user, to pump water into his/her oral cavity for so many seconds (duration) over so many minutes (interval). For example, you can program the XEROS to pump water for 10 seconds every 10 minutes. Each user is different however the setting during sleeping does not have to be as aggressive as when exercising, for example, unless you wrestle in your sleep :O)

The XEROS also has a BOOST BUTTON which allows you to deliver water to your mouth anytime for as long as you want without interfering with the program.

The water first hits the small soft fluffy sponge you have in your mouth. The sponge absorbs the water then gently releases it into your oral cavity. After awhile you aren't even aware that it is happening.

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