Chew On This: Experimental Gum Reduces Omicron In Saliva, A Potential COVID-19 Symptom

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How do you reduce the Omicron in your saliva? Ask any COVID-19 sufferer, and they’ll likely tell you it’s impossible. These irritating symptoms, including sexual dysfunction and hair loss, may result from Omicron build-up throughout the body, which can also be caused by gum with artificial sweeteners. Fortunately, new research shows that chewing gum with xylitol may actually help to reduce Omicron levels, offering potential solutions to COVID-19 sufferers.

3 things you should know about COVID-19

  1. There are many different symptoms of COVID-19, ranging from mild to severe.
  2. Some more common symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath.
  3. Less common symptoms include fatigue, anxiety, depression, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, and new loss of taste or smell. Additionally, some people have reported hair loss and sexual dysfunction as symptoms of long COVID-19.

How does experimental chewing gum reduce Omicron levels?

Researchers found that experimental chewing gum can help reduce levels of the protein Omicron in saliva. High levels of Omicron have been linked to sexual dysfunction and hair loss, two long-term symptoms of COVID-19. The gum works by stimulating the release of enzymes that break down Omicron. The researchers hope that this gum can be used to help people with COVID-19 manage their symptoms.

How does experimental chewing gum prevent anxiety and depression caused by COVID-19?

Anxiety and depression are common symptoms of COVID-19. According to new data, experimental chewing gum that “traps” SARS-CoV-2 particles in saliva holds promise for curbing transmission of new virus variants as researchers prepare to launch the first human trial. decrease levels of Omicron in saliva, which may help reduce the anxiety and depression caused by COVID-19.

How can you get the experimental chewing gum?

The experimental gum is not yet available for purchase, but clinical trials are ongoing. So far, participants have shown the gum to be safe and well-tolerated.–MM


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