Sore Throat / Voice Loss Remedies
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||Sore throat, voice loss, cough, and runny nose are symptoms of Cold and Flu. However, fatigued throat and voice loss are not necessarily the consequences of winter season viruses. Nervousness, shock, stress, overstrain at work, abusing your voice with hard alcohol or cigarette smoke, and speaking for a long time, could result in sore throat and voice loss. |
Many singers, actors, teachers, and public speakers have problems with their throat. I also have a problem with my throat, but it comes from my childhood. I got sick with laryngitis when I was 1 year old, and that gave me a complication on my throat. After that, I have gotten a sore throat once in a while, but I used my grandmother's remedies and felt better right away. Now, I almost never have sore throat, and when I do, I know what remedies to use.
|The good thing is that there are many natural cures and remedies that heal discomfort in your throat and eliminate voice loss. These natural remedies include the use of herbs and some non-traditional medicine (folk medicine) methods. Despite these natural remedies’ simplicity, they are very effective. For example, gargling your sore throat every hour with vinegar water or salt water really helps.
Here is another natural remedy: take 1 tablespoon apple vinegar, mix it with 1 cup of warm water. Gargle your sore throat with this solution for 2 minutes and then, swallow very slowly each mouthful until it’s gone. Repeat this procedure at least 2 times. Click here for more sore throat natural remedies
Voice loss is temporary, until your throat heals. However, there are cases where after a big shock or a very frightening situation; the result is a voice loss. In this case, your voice will come back to you, but it will take more time and effort from you.
It's important to know one golden proverb: Whatever you were not born with is only temporary, including illnesses and voice loss with sore throat. So your voice will definitely come back and your throat will heal, just be patient and use the natural remedies.