Causes Sore Throat To The Spine
There is pain in my throat to my spine but drinking / eating doesn’t hurt. the pain is only a few minutes. that’s why yeah?
Hello Yustia, Thank you for the question.
Sore throat is one of the common symptoms that anyone can experience. These symptoms can be accompanied by other symptoms such as coughing, runny nose, swallowing pain, dry throat, difficulty swallowing, fever, heartburn or chest pain that feels hot, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, shortness of breath, and others. Your sore throat symptoms can be caused by irritation of the throat such as exposure to cigarette smoke, dust, or other air pollution or strep throat. In addition, this symptom can also be caused by stomach acid disease, which is a condition where stomach acid rises to the esophagus because the muscles under the esophagus are weakened.
The initial treatment you can do is:
multiply water consumption
Avoid exposure to cigarette smoke, dust and other air pollution
stay away from allergens if any
avoid exposure to cold air
use a humidifier if possible
avoid consuming spicy, sour, oily, fatty foods
Avoid consuming caffeinated, carbonated and alcoholic drinks
avoid consuming large amounts of food, recommended in small portions but more often
avoid lying down after eating
If this symptom does not improve for more than 2 weeks or if it is accompanied by a high fever, persistent vomiting, and difficulty in eating and drinking, please consult your nearest general practitioner immediately so that the doctor can do a direct examination before giving the appropriate treatment for you.
I hope this helps.