Sore Throat in Winter

Throat infections are among the most common causes of sore throat, the name of which is pharyngitis, which is generally regarded as a reporter of some diseases. The cause of the vast majority of sore throats are caused by a virus and usually go away on their own within a week. Approximately 10 percent of bacterial infections that may require medical care.

What are the causes of sore throat?

Most sore throats are viruses that are the same as colds and flu causing microbes; but not all of the sore throats are caused by viruses or bacterial infections. There are many common causes of sore throat. These include allergies, the buildup of air in the rooms, pollution and other irritants, muscle strain, acid (gastro esophageal reflux), HIV infection and tumors. Especially in winter, occur as a result of changes in the weather sore throat may occur.

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What are the risk factors?

  • AgeTo use cigarettes or exposure to smoke

  • Allergies

  • Exposure to chemical irritants.

  • Chronic or Frequent sinus infections.

  • Live or work in places off

  • Decline in immunity

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What measures should be taken?

in many diseases, there is no doubt that handwashing is a big prey in the sore throat. The most simple way to prevent the disease is hand washing. Avoid sharing cutlery, glasses, handkerchiefs, food or towels with others. Avoid touching your mouth with open telephones or fountains. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Stay as indoor as possible during high pollution days. Do not smoke and avoid exposure to cigarette smoke. If the weather is dry, moisten your home.

Suggestions for a sore throat:

Double your liquid intake. To fluids helps keep mucus thin and easy to clean.

Gargle with warm salt water. Put half a teaspoon of salt in a full glass of water, gargle, and then spit the water out. This will soothe your throat and clear mucus.

Use honey and lemon. By mixing honey and lemon into a glass of very hot water add. Honey and soften up your throat and the lemon helps cut mucus.

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