I've always been somewhat of a mouth breather when I sleep. That is, when I'm not grinding and clinching. Anyway, as you may know, mouth breathing often leads to drooling. Yes, I 'm admitting on the World Wide Web that I drool on occasion. It happens.
When I got the MORA things changed a bit. Even with my lips together my teeth cannot completely close. As you may imagine, this causes me to drool. There's nothing quite like the rude awakening I get when I roll over and feel a spot of wetness on my cheek. Um... Ew. It can be worse than that but I won't go there.
It's quite frustrating in the middle of the night but I don't really know what I can do about it. During the day I have a dry mouth and at night I drool. Hmm. Oh well. One of life's quandaries I suppose.
Thought of the Day: "You drool when you sleep." -Rick Riordan, The Lighning Thief
Um. Well. Yeah.