My mouth doesn't get sore, but the next day, if I've smoked even one cigar, my breath smells like fermented azz when I wake up. No matter how much water I drink, how many times I brush my teeth or gargle with listerine before I go to bed, my breath is just plain rotten when I wake up the next day(definetly worse than if I hadn't smoked the day before). Trust me, my wife Jenn loves it:tuSince I started smoking cigars a few months ago, I've increased my consumption to about three to four cigars a week, concentrated mostly on the weekends. I've noticed, though, that by Monday or Tuesday, my mouth feels like it's in pretty bad shape--as if the roof and bottom are somewhat corroded.
I think I'd better cut down to just one or two a week. Maybe my constitution's too delicate for any more than that. I enjoy my cigars, but I guess I should be mindful of my health too.
Anyone else have similar experiences? And apologies for the less-than-cheerful post. :hn
Cigars dont faze my mouth.
I smoke one a day and then on the weekends I will have 2 day sometimes 3.
I really would not want to get in the habit of smoking 4 day. Health is one thing but the cost is another.
Actually, I usually don't. Judging from the various comments above, I'd conclude that I just have a major case of wuss-mouth. Stupid uncooperative body of mine...
Hehe, I eat and drink too fast, and it's the same with my cigar smoking.I have had the same thing happen to me with pipes, but only very rarely with cigars if I am smoking it too fast and it gets hot. How fast do you smoke your cigars?
It seems strange, but that's exactly what it feels like when my pipes really burn me up. It's called tongue bite in the pipe world, but it has happened with my cigars too. You either get used to it, or with pipes, you learn a better technique. Hope it helps, or at least eases your mind a bit.Hehe, I eat and drink too fast, and it's the same with my cigar smoking.
But I'm not sure slowing down would help, necessarily. It's not that I get dry mouth or anything--the inside of my mouth literally seems damaged after three or four days of smoking.
:tpd: Thats the approach I've been takeing with my liver and it seems to be working! :alYou have to beat your body into submission and just not take "no" for an answer.