Whether required to speak to the public occasionally, or more or less a regular basis, most people suffer from nerves, which ends up with their saliva drying up, and many speakers stating that they experience severe dry throat that “feels like a hairball in my throat.”  Speaking around this hairball feeling can be difficult. In other cases, colds and allergies can result in sore dry throats that makes it difficult to talk, which can affect teachers and other professionals who…