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Chewing sugarless gum can increase saliva production, cleaning your mouth and reducing your risk for cavities. But gum can do something else, too. It can help you concentrate. The journal BioMed Research found chewing temporarily raises levels of hormones that make us alert and engaged in what we’re doing. And that helps you think faster.