What would cause very salty saliva?
Well this question is relatively easy. I have actually had this. my doctor determined it was from dehydration. It usually happened after i had continuously exerted myself. In some cases i would go 4 to 5 hours without a drink. I actually found a very interesting source: For an article please click the link below salty saliva.
I hope this helped.
The process of digestion begins in the mouth. As you chew, you release saliva into your mouth. Your saliva begins to convert starches into sugars before the food even gets to your stomach, so the starch in the rice begins to taste sweeter as you chew it. This is also quite apparent if you chew a salty soda cracker for a very long time, the flavor turns sweeter the longer you chew to mix in… Read More
I would be very surprised if it was illegal anywhere as every person has saliva!!
very very salty
They would shrivel up due to the osmotic gradient. The salt causes the intracellular fluid to leave the cell and cause it to atrophy.
If you put the blood cells in very salty water the molecules would go from a higher concentration to a lower. In conclusion the blood cells would shrink.
No, the word 'salty' is an adjective, a word that describes a noun (a salty pretzel, a salty marsh). A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence; for example: Would you like a salty pretzel? It is very salty. (The pronoun 'it' takes the place of the noun 'pretzel' in the second sentence.)
Its very unlikely. I would have to say no
Well your mouth would be very dry, swallowing would hurt (saliva coats chewed up food, called a bolus, as you swallow it). Digestion of carbohydrates/starch normally begins in the mouth because of salivary amylase in the saliva; this would not happen if there was no saliva
A halophile would be an organism that thrives in (or requires a) very salty environments. A halotolerant organism would be able to survive in a salty enviroment, but can also live outside of this environment.
It is very salty.
You have a very low chance of getting AIDS. But to do that you would have to swallow 20 gallons of there saliva (gross but true).
yes there are salty seas. but lakes are very rare to find salty.
Because saliva is a very good healing liquid. if you cut yourself and put saliva on it, it would heal much quicker.
very. REALLY salty 25% of the water !
yes it is a salty lake it is called a alkaline lake because its very salty.
the dead sea has very salty water. you can float because of the high content of salt.
They have a mild venom, but the saliva is more dangerous, being filled with many organisms that can cause blood poisoning very rapidly.
equilibrium would have to be reached, so the moisture in the cells will be gone and you would be very dry and be dieing
Anchovies are very salty. They start with the letter a.
You would become very ill and would be unable to disinfect your mouth, moisten food, and couldn't convert glucose.
No-one really knows but it is very common. Sometimes accompanied by a metallic taste. Not very pleasant I am afraid.
cuz it just tastes salty! cuz it just tastes salty!
If the plant normally lives in or at the edge of the ocean, it might thrive - depending on how much salt was in the water you gave it. If the plant normally lives inland and uses fresh water. your salty water would probably kill it.
It is extremely unlikely, the virus is present in the saliva so if the cat was licking it's wound (very common) there could be some virus in the wet saliva but you would have to get that into your body and your skin (unless you too have a cut where you touched the saliva) is a good barrier... Be very careful: untreated rabies is fatal in 99% of cases...
Deserts can have fresh water but some of lakes that are salty, very salty.
I think substances can float in very salty water, because salty water (example the dead sea)is much more denser than other any other non-salty water, so things will float much more easier.
When a vegetable is placed in very salty water the vegetable becomes soft and collapses Why does this happen?
Cause you added too much salt ans it is suppose to be oil you add to the water
A number of soups taste very salty because they contain too much salt. It would be wise to read the label on the can and check the sodium content. Buy soups with the lower sodium contents.
nothing it just gets saltier
Rain falling on the surface would slightly alter the saline content, at least temporarily. Also, very salty water is denser, so would allow less dense rain water to float near the surface.
Nothing would happen because the plant cell has a cell wall and it will protect it from shriveling up or dying.
This is one of the stereotypes of epilepsy. Very few people who have epilepsy ever froth at the mouth during a seizure. During a seizure someone could be opening and closing their mouth and generating but not swallowing saliva and so result in a slight increase in the amount of saliva and some coming out and so an appearance of frothing, but this very rarely happens.
Its the mouth.........cause saliva breaks down some amount of starch into simple sugars. but its not a very major site..............
No, it is very salty.
Saliva is secreted from three different salivary glands. Saliva is mostly water with minute quantities of enzymes and ions. Saliva is very important to make ingested food easy to swallow.
The patient will state that his or her saliva is very thick or non-existent. Finding the cause of the dry mouth may be more difficult and require some laboratory testing.
A minor change in the seasons.
Answer Drinking water is good for you. Salt water is salty but it makes you drink a lot. Answer Drinking ocean water is not reccommended. It is not very clean, so you could get ill from it. Also, because it is so salty, it can cause problems for your body. Your body needs water with much less salt in it
Answer Many cravings are related to the body wanting either something sweet or something salty. It is very common to crave a snack like sunflower seeds, popcorn, chips, peanuts, or other salty treats. Also sunflower seeds are very good and healthy if you eat then correctly. If you do have cravings then I would eat more of the other snacks. I would suggest the YUMMY ones witch are very delicious! And popcorn is a healthy… Read More
Yes. Any cat can cause an allergic person to have a reaction. Especially hairy breeds (like Persians) can be very irritating. The hair and dander, and especially a cat's saliva can exacerbate the condition.
Yes ; but the juice is very - very salty .
It's not very salty actually. The Baltic sea has a lower salinity than the open ocean.
Nothing as this is normal
Objects always have more buoyancy in denser fluids than less dense fluids. Therefore, swimmers would float more easily in very salty water. FUN FACT: The Dead Sea, in Jordan, Israel, is so salty that you can float on the surface!
Your food needs the saliva to help break it down for digestion. It also keeps food from sticking to teeth so much, also it will eventually make tooth decay. Without saliva, your mouth would become very dry, hard to swallow and. Lips would crack and eventually you get a sore throat. Certain medications makes "Dry mouth" as well as poor diet. Increase vitamin B-12 and Iron.
it will if you make a wound or an opening to the body. The virus is very unstable and dies quite quickly if not protected in some sort of medium. so there may be a chance if you are sharing a blade that cuts both users simultaneously. HIV can survive in dry blood and mucous ( nasal discharge) upto 48 hours. HIV is also present in sweat and saliva of a person and will cause… Read More
You could ... but it's very salty. You would not really want that salt concentration in the compost if you intended to use it on the garden. It would not matter if the compost pile was large.
the water is very salty which makes you very ill
hardtack (is hard biscuits) and very salty beef wich they would soak to get the beef off
Human saliva has a normal pH of 6.5 to 7.5, so it is essentially neutral but can vary from very slightly acidic to very slightly alkaline.