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Hoping someone can shed some light on a recurring issue I have that doctors can find no real explanation or solution for (no real surprise there) A day or two after I have exercised ususally at a high intensity, I develop ulcers in my mouth and on my tongue ?!?! Thanks in advance
I know that dehydration can be a cause of mouth ulcers. Are you drinking enough water/salts after your exercise?
Another thing to consider is that you likely breathe heavily through your mouth during exercise, which can dry out your mouth even more. You could try swilling some olive oil or coconut oil around in your mouth after exercise to prevent that dehydration.
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