I think it's because when you breath through your mouth or nose, all the air goes back against your throat and dries it out, making it dry and sore. Ouch!! A sure way to cure it is a cold glass of water or a spoonful of honey.
The nose warms and moisturizes the air you breath in. It could be that the cool dry air coming directly from the mouth is drying the throat and irritating it.
Alternately, it could be that the reason for the mouth breathing is that the nasal passages are stuffy and mucus from them is dripping into the throat at night when you lie back (post nasal drip). This can be irritating.
This is likely because you have been breathing in your sleep with your mouth open, which is common for snorers. Humans naturally do most of their breathing through their nose, as the nose filters the bacteria out of the breathable oxygen. You might be finding your nose being blocked while you are asleep, which can be prevented with some vapour products, such as vapour nose strips which stick onto the top of your nose while you sleep to keep your nose passageways clear. You could also try sleeping in a different position to the one you normally do.
Apart from snoring, it is also possible that your bedroom is too dry. lack of humidity in the air can cause dryness in your throat, You can correct this with a humidifier or by leaving the window open just a crack.
it is also possible that it may be gastro-oesophageal reflux. It's similar to a heartburn where acid from the stomach seeps into the oesophagus. This is commonly caused by eating close to your bedtime or laying too flat.
You can see a doctor if you are concerned.
Because there is an open pathway between the nose and throat. (That is how one breathes)
The part the volcano breathes from
Smallpox is spread when a person breathes it in and out. The virus gets inside the cells lining the throat
Strep throat is acquired through coughing, sneezing or shaking hands with a person who has the infection. Strep throat is a highly contagious infection.
The nose warms and moisturizes the air you breath in. It could be that the cool dry air coming directly from the mouth is drying the throat and irritating it. Alternately, it could be that the reason for the mouth breathing is that the nasal passages are stuffy and mucus from them is dripping into the throat at night when you lie back (post nasal drip). This can be irritating.
Tracheoesophageal puncture. a hole is made between the trachea and esophagus and a valve is inserted into the hole. The person breathes air into the lungs and then covers the hole in the throat. During exhalation,the esophagus vibrates and creates speech
Since a tortoise cant expand its abdomen (as it is encased in a shell) to fill its lungs it must pump air down its throat. It uses a sack near its mouth to do this.
During the night, your throat can get dry due to breathing while asleep. Especially if you breathe through your mouth while sleeping.
Because the fan dries out your throat therefor it is sore the next morning
If you are experiencing blood in the morning at the back of the throat, you should see your doctor immediately. It could be an upper respiratory infection, whereby bacteria attack the throat and tonsils.
You cannot spread a sore throat by clearing your throat. Sore throat conditions can only be spread through contact.
If a person with a cold touches his runny nose or watery eyes, then shakes hands with another person some of the virus is transferred to the uninfected person. If that person then touches his mouth, nose, or eyes, the virus is transferred