Hoarseness is caused by inflammation affecting the vocal cords directly or spreading to the vocal cords from the area around the throat. The inflammation prevents the vocal cords from vibrating freely, and the voice only works to a limited extent or not at all.
Homeopathic remedies have proven effective in relieving hoarseness and accompanying symptoms such as a sore throat.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for hoarseness that best suits your situation.
with painful hoarseness that starts suddenly and in connection with a severe feverish cold with severe difficulty in swallowing, dry throat and difficulty in swallowing. A rough, hoarse, toneless voice.
Hoarseness caused by damp weather often associated with a runny nose.
By straining the voice
Hoarseness caused by voice strain, e.g. B. speakers or singers. alternating with potassium phosphoricum.
Voice failure when the larynx is overstrained by talking or singing a lot, also in connection with a dry cough.
with painful hoarseness, which can lead to loss of voice. Often associated with a dry, hard, hacking cough.
Hoarseness caused by spasmodic fits of coughing.
persistent, toneless hoarseness in connection with a spasmodic cough, which can lead to choking and vomiting. The symptoms improve with heat.
When speaking, the voice becomes deep, a hollow-sounding cough develops.
Tickling cough when speaking and failure of voice.
Psychological failure of the voice with strong tickling stimulus and tickling cough. Frequent occurrence in speakers and patients who have to talk a lot because of their job.
There can be many causes of inflammation. They range from overexertion from screaming and singing to an infection to long-term stress such as smoking. There are a few things you can do to help with the inflammation. Right at the front, save your voice, speak little. In addition, choose hot drinks, tea, milk with honey. Make sure that dry room air is humidified, use steam baths or suck candy or pills to keep the throat area moist with saliva production.
- Sore throat
- difficulties swallowing
However, hoarseness can also be an expression of a serious illness. A doctor should be consulted if no cause for the hoarseness can be established. This also applies if the hoarseness does not subside even after weeks. If the hoarseness is associated with serious symptoms such as pain, shortness of breath or difficulty swallowing, a specialist is definitely preferable to home remedies anyway.
In most cases, hoarseness is a harmless inflammation that subsides after a short time. Nevertheless, it should be observed carefully, because in a few cases serious illnesses are also the cause.