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So, my mom eats ice all the time!!! she has for a while...but for the last year, i've noticed since i've lived with her that she coughs a lot also...could that be part of it? She also uses a lot of hairspray....could that have something to do with it too?

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Hello there,

Well, eating ice excessively can cause anemia or iron deficiency which can lead to blood transfusions and if not treated death. So if your mother has been doing this on a regularly basis you need to talk with her and take her to the doctor as soon as possible. Eating ice also wears down the enamel on your teeth, and this result with sensitive teeth. Your teeth also become wore down and this may cause shifting, creating gaps or spaces in your teeth. So, chewing ice is bad for your mother’s health physically and orally. Also, eating ice can be a cause of her sore throat but this is not major problem. I hope this was helpful.

 

 

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Eating ice does not cause anemia, however eating ice is a sign that she may be anemic.
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Eating ice does not cause anemia or iron deficiency. Iron deficiency aka anemia may cause ice chewing. It's known as pika, Craving strange substances due to a vitamin deficiency.
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