Everybody has had a sore throat. Fortunately, the painful condition is usually temporary and can be eased with the right medication. If you keep having a sore throat, however, it might be that something else is going on. Here are some of the problems that might be affecting your throat.
It’s easy to get used to an irritating environment when you spend a lot of time in it. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that your body will stop reacting to it.
Poor indoor air quality can be caused by chemicals, dander, pet hair, and dusty carpeting, among other things. Depending on the irritant, you might not even experience the usual allergy symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, and coughing.
Thorough cleaning and removing irritating materials can help. In a work environment, wearing the right protective gear is also a good idea.
One of the early signs of HIV is a persistent sore throat. These sore throats can be caused by a fungal infection known as oral thrush or a viral infection called cytomegalovirus (CMV). These infections are usually common for those with a compromised immune system.
Since other conditions can impact your immune system, you should always see your doctor before assuming you have HIV.
With this disease, there’s a malfunction in your digestive system that causes stomach acid to back up into the esophagus.
Over time, your esophagus gets irritated and scarred which results in a sore throat. Some people may also have trouble breathing, heartburn, and feeling like they have a lump in their throat.
Shouting every once in a while doesn’t typically cause much damage. When you shout regularly or do so very loudly, you run the risk of straining the muscles in your throat.
In most cases, these injuries aren’t permanent but it’s worth seeing your doctor so you can be sure. You’ll also need to ensure that you