sore throat

Have a Sore Throat? Fight it with These Tips

A sore throat is an uncomfortable symptom that usually appears when you get an infection in the upper respiratory system or tonsils. This nuisance can affect anyone by causing irritation, heartburn, and trouble swallowing food, among other things.

Take Care of Your Throat All Year Round

Even though we think it’s just a winter problem, our throats can also suffer from the dryness caused by air conditioners or from drinking very cold drinks. Today, we’d like to give you some recommendations to take care of your…

6 Ways To Know If There Is Plaque In Your Throat

The presence of plaque in your throat is a symptom of acute tonsillitis caused by bacteria like streptococcus (strep throat). It affects just as many adults as children, especially younger ones that tend to put things in their mouth, making it…

Try These 7 Remedies for a Sore Throat

A sore throat can occur in the summer or the winter. Being exposed to constant brusque changes in temperature produces inflammation that can annoy us 24 hours a day. This commonly causes the following: •  Infection of the tonsils or…

How to Treat Pharyngitis Naturally

Most commonly observed in the winter, pharyngitis is a bacterial infection, just like a cold. Inflammation of the pharynx can be treated naturally through remedies that you can make at home. In today’s article, we’ll tell you more about them.

Four Different Ways to Prevent Dry Mouth

Your mouth needs to stay hydrated. It does this through the secretion of saliva and through temperature conditions (that keep it perfect for moisture). However, sometimes the oral cavity can experience several changes. One of the most significant is excessive…

Home Remedies for Pharyngitis

When the mucosa lining your pharynx becomes inflamed, this causes a condition called pharyngitis. Its most frequent symptoms are fever, swallowing pain and redness in the area. It can even make us unable to eat or talk. Viral (and also bacterial)…

Why Do You Keep Losing Your Voice?

Are you one of those people who continually loses their voice and doesn’t know why? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. There are people who are more likely to have this problem, although it’s not always due to physical weakness.