What causes sores in the corners of the mouth?


A cause for development of sores at the corner of the mouth (Angular Cheilitis) is lack of vitamins and minerals that the body needs. Deficiency in iron, Vitamin E, Vitamin B1 and B12 can trigger the inflammation. The best remedy for this is simply to eat nutritious foods rich in vitamins and minerals.
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