Back Of The Throat And Nose Feels Lumpy?
Tonight Doctor, I have felt this symptom a few years ago, it seems the initial symptoms are the same as my father’s. He has symptoms of sinusitis and an allergy to dust. What is felt is usually when I lack of water, something like a lump in the throat and back nose. At first I thought it could be overcome with white rice made like a small ball and then swallowed it. I hope the mucus that sticks to the upper jaw of the nose or throat can be pushed down, but it turns out nothing. If I try to swallow, I can feel the mucus. Are there any traditional methods or medications that can get rid of this mucus? Please explain and how to overcome it. Very disturbing when the position is being headed for a place, the period must be often pulled over to drink water. Thank you, please answer.
Thank you for the question.
The condition of a dry throat and nose, such as due to lack of drinking, exposure to dry air or cold temperatures, too much talking, breathing habits through the mouth, or also smoking, will naturally stimulate mucous cells in the area to produce more mucus to maintain moisture in the throat and nose. If this condition persists, you may experience uncomfortable sensations as you experience them.
It could also be that, apart from a dry throat and nose, the appearance of a lumpy and slimy sensation between your throat and back nose indicates an illness, for example allergic rhinitis, infectious rhinitis, vasomotor rhinitis, medical rhinitis, rhinosinusitis, nasal polyps, benign or malignant tumors around the nasal cavity, entry of foreign bodies, xerostomia, reflux of stomach acid into the throat, psychological disorders, side effects of drugs, and so on.
If indeed your condition is very uncomfortable, it would not hurt you to check yourself directly to the doctor or ENT doctor. In this way, of course the doctor can give you the best management, including if necessary further tests, such as x-rays, blood tests, CT scans, rhinoscopy, and so on.
In the meantime, here are our suggestions for you:
Drink at least 2-3 liters of water a day, especially those with warm temperatures. Avoid the habit of consuming foods and drinks that are too cold, oily, artificial sweetening and berampas. Eat more fruits rich in vitamin C, and broth foods. Use humidier water if possible Use a mask Avoid substances that might make you allergic, for example cold, dust, mites, pollen, animal dander, certain foods or medicines Regularly resting and exercising every day Keep the environment around you clean Do not smoke Hopefully helps yes ..