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Published on: 21 Oct 2010 by bear14
Okay so, most people sleep with their mouths open (it's almost impossible not to). Anyway, when we do, and the air is too dry, we all get the dry, sore, scratchy throat when we wake up. Then it goes away during the day and about an hour or two before you're going to bed, you can feel your throat starting to dry up, so you keep a bottle of water by your bed.
If you're like, in college and have not much money to spare, you can't really afford a humidifier, even if it is one from Walmart for $30.
Here's what you do...This works best if you have a fan. Take a glass of water and put it in front of the fan; this will put moisture back into the air and when you get up in morning, you won't have a dry throat!
I did that last night and I woke up to a nice, moisturized throat.
Make your own inexpensive humidifier!