Adrenal Fatigue, Thyroid Disease and Autoimmune Disease: Interview with Dr. Aviva Romm
Throat Problems familydoctor.org
Dr. Mercola on Symptoms and Treatments of Hypothyroidism
*see Medical: Tonsils, Tonsilitis, Oral, etc… goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
Find out what tonsillitis is, how do you get it, what are the signs and symptoms and how does a doctor make a diagnosis
“..s a disorder involving inflammation of the tonsils.
There are two tonsils, situated on either side of the back of the throat and they form part of the body’s immune system.
They, like the rest of the immune system, contain special cells to trap and kill bacteria and viruses travelling through the body.
When the main site of infection is within the tonsils: they swell, become red and inflamed and may show a surface coating of white spots.
Tonsillitis is extremely common in children and young people, but it can occur at any age. The characteristics of the disease are pain in the throat and trouble swallowing.
Tonsillitis is usually a self-limiting condition, ie it gets better without treatment, and generally there are no complications…”
Throat Obstruction home-remedies-for-you.com
“…There are different factors that could make you feel that there is a blockage or an obstruction in your throat. Most people who experience throat obstruction problems do so, because of swallowing a hard, foreign object, such as a fish bone or a chicken bone, which gets lodged into the throat. Some of the other common causes of throat obstruction include throat lumps or excess mucus in the throat. These factors block the passage of your throat, making it difficult for you to eat or even drink anything. At times, a throat obstruction could also lead to changes in the voice or hoarseness. People normally refer to this as a frog in the throat. ..”
“…. These can be caused by bacterial or viral infections, cancer (malignancy), or other rare causes.
Swollen salivary glands under the jaw may be caused by infection or cancer. Lumps in the muscles of the neck are caused by injury or torticollis. These lumps are often at the front of the neck. Lumps in the skin or just below the skin are often caused by cysts, such as sebaceous cysts…”
-Laryngitis (Losing Voice)
4 Things That Make You Lose Your Voice
Dr. Roshini Raj July 03, 2015
When Is a Sore Throat Considered Chronic? everydayhealth.com
“When you wake up in the morning and notice that your sore throat has come back — again — don’t just grab the lozenges and ignore it. If you have persistent throat pain, your body could be trying to tell you that something is wrong — and it’s a good idea to see your doctor for a diagnosis…”
*see Medical: How to deal with Strep Throat? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
Strep Throat Causes, Symptoms, Treatment – Strep Throat .. emedicinehealth.com
“…Strep throat is most common in school-aged children and teens, with a peak incidence between 5 to 15 years of age. It is estimated that approximately 15% to 40% of cases of sore throat in this age group are caused by Streptococcus spp bacteria. Adults may also develop strep throat, though less commonly (accounts for approximately 5% to 10% of cases of sore throat). Strep throat most commonly occurs between late fall and early spring. It is more widespread during the school year when groups of students are present within an enclosed space.
Though strep throat is the most common bacterial cause of sore throat, it is important to note that most cases of sore throat are in fact due to a viral infection (caused by a virus…”
Tonsillitis (cont.) emedicinehealth.com
“..Tonsillitis is caused by either a viral or bacterial infection of the tonsils. Most cases of tonsillitis are caused by viruses. There are many different viruses that can cause tonsillitis, including ..”
Tonsil Stones (Tonsilloliths) webmd.com
“..Since tonsil stones are more common in people who have chronic tonsillitis, the only surefire way to prevent them is with surgical removal of the tonsils. This procedure, known as a tonsillectomy, removes the tissues of the tonsils entirely, thereby eliminating the possibility of tonsillolith formation.
Unlike tonsil stone extraction, tonsillectomies are typically performed under general anesthesia. Patients who undergo the surgery have difficulty swallowing and a sore throat for at least a few days after the procedure…”
8 Natural Hypothyroidism Treatments That Work
“…3. Check Your Iodine Levels – If they are low use a kelp or organic liquid iodine supplement.
4. Heavy Metal Detox – I recommend using a combination of Milk Thistle, Turmeric, Chlorella, and Cilantro to detox these harmful metals from your cells and organs.
5. More Selenium – Make sure you’re getting enough selenium in your diet but also don’t go overboard. Some of the best selenium containing foods are brazil nuts, salmon, sunflower seeds, beef, mushrooms and onions.
6. Adaptogen Supplements – Can lower cortisol levels and improve thyroid function like Ashwagandha and Tulsi.
7. Silver Fillings Removal – if you have amalgam fillings talk with a DAMS mercury safe dentist about proper removal.
8. Lower Carbohydrate Intake – Lower your intake of sugars and grains and replace them with healthy fats. Most women especially consume far too many carbs which increase estrogen and negatively effect the thyroid. Instead consume healthy fats that will balance hormones, like: coconut oil, coconut milk, avocado, grass-fed beef, wild salmon, chia, flaxseeds, and hemp seeds…”
Laryngitis Symptoms: 9 Easy Natural Treatments draxe.com
“..9 Natural Treatments of Laryngitis
1. Apple Cider Vinegar..
Ginger helps to soothe inflamed mucous membranes of the larynx. It is used in Ayurvedic medicine to warm the body and break down toxins in your organs. It’s also known to cleanse the lymphatic system and make us less susceptible to infections in the respiratory system.
Garlic is popularly believed to be useful for the common cold, one of the main causes of laryngitis. It has antibacterial and antiviral properties, helping to kill bacteria and viruses that lead to inflammation and infection….
4. Raw Honey
Honey is one of the oldest traditional medicines considered to be important in the treatment of several ailments, including respiratory conditions. Raw ..
5. Lemon Essential Oil
Lemon essential oil can relieve laryngitis symptoms. It inhibits the growth of bacteria and the spread of viruses that cause respiratory infections. It also detoxifies the body and loosens mucus in the throat, so you won’t need to cough as forcefully or often. This lets your voice box rest….
6. Peppermint Essential Oil
Peppermint oil is a helpful essential oil for allergies, a common cause of laryngitis. It can offer relief from scratchy throats. It also acts as an expectorant, providing relief from allergy symptoms, as well as colds and coughs. Peppermint oil can discharge phlegm and reduce inflammati…
7. Marshmallow Root
Marshmallow root has been used traditionally to treat sore throat and cough. It contains mucilage that coats the throat and helps to relieve ..
8. Slippery Elm
Slippery elm has been an herbal remedy in North America since the 19th century. It is known for its ability to treat GERD, sore throat and cough. …
9. Resting Your Voice
Rest your voice to get rid of laryngitis. Don’t talk unless you have to, and when you do, speak softly. Whispering actually irritates your larynx more than speaking softly, so be sure to avoid whispering. Even clearing your throat can further irritate your larynx.
10 Safe Natural Remedies For Strep Throat findhomeremedy.com
“…Mostly antibiotic treatment is required if strep throat does not go away on its own. Before you try antibiotics, there are quite a few home remedies that can be tried for treating strep throat. However, in some sufferers, home remedies may not have any effect. This is when you have to treat your symptoms with antibiotics. Below are some home remedies for strep throat.
Natural Cures For Strep Throat
Apple Cider Vinegar
Honey and Walnut Cure
Honey is a natural healing agent and can also leave your throat well moisturised, removing the ticklish feeling that makes you cough. Make a stew out of walnut husk and honey. Strain this syrup and consume it for great relief from the soreness and infection…”
4 Ways to Get Rid of Tonsillitis draxe.com/
“..Finally, don’t forget that raw honey is an age-old effective treatment for sore throat problems. Raw honey can be mixed with cinnamon or ginger and water, or stirred into soothing herbal tea. Some studies have found that honey has natural inhibitory effects on around 60 different species of bacteria, some species of fungi and viruses too! It can help heal pain and other infection symptoms within the respiratory tract as well as work as a cough medication. (7) Raw honey is also great for speeding up healing since it naturally contains antibacterial and antiviral properties…
Supply your body with much-needed nutrients and antioxidants, including:
green leafy vegetables (and other colorful produce)
cruciferous veggies (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, etc.)
omega-3 foods, like salmon and wild seafood
nuts and seeds (chia, flax, hemp, pumpkin, etc.)
unrefined oils (like extra virgin olive oil and coconut oil)
herbs and spices (raw honey, ginger, turmeric, garlic, for example)..”
10 Most Effectual Natural Cures For Tonsillitis ayurvediccure.com
It is recommended that people should prepare a past of turmeric roots in hot water because of the antiviral and antibacterial properties possessed by turmeric. The paste should then be applied onto the throat…
Onion and Ginger
The best home remedies for a variety of diseases are ginger and onion juice and they are effective for tonsillitis as well.
The pain in the throat can be reduced with the help of these juices as they are often used for gargling.
“Published on Jan 8, 2014
Read More Remedies Here:http://www.ayurvediccure.com/10-most-…..”
“Dr. Rob Lindsey sharing a patient’s testimony using “nutritional supplements” & “healthier diet” to deal with her hypothyroidism at the Healthy Life Expo at the Minneapolis Convention Center on 11.17.18
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