Consumption Of Instant Noodles When Sore Throat?
What causes instant noodles should not be consumed when hot inside?
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Internal heat is not actually a standard term used in the medical realm. Therefore, to avoid misinterpretation, it is necessary to clarify in advance, what are the symptoms of heartburn that you are experiencing?
Often times, internal heat is used to describe a burning sensation, pain, itching, lump, or other discomfort around the throat. This condition often results from strep throat (pharyngitis). Several types of foods are known to worsen pharyngitis symptoms, including foods that are processed instantly or that contain lots of flavorings, such as instant noodles. Processed instant noodles, which are often added with oil and spicy flavor, can also worsen inflammation of the throat, causing pharyngitis symptoms to get worse. In sensitive people, excessive consumption of instant noodles can also trigger an increase in stomach acid, which when experiencing reflux (backflow) to the throat, can cause a burning sensation.
Not only instant noodles, pharyngitis symptoms can also worsen due to a variety of other foods, such as spicy, oily, acidic foods that contain excessive alcohol and caffeine. Apart from dietary factors, pharyngitis can also get worse due to other factors, for example:
Excessive screaming habits Smoking or alcohol consumption Viral or bacterial infections Throat irritation, for example due to ingestion of food spines, inhalation of dangerous chemical fumes Reflux of stomach acid, etc. Is it true that you mean this condition? If so, you should first resolve your complaint with the following steps:
First, limit consumption of instant noodles and other foods or drinks that can exacerbate complaints (as mentioned above) Drink lots of warm water Increase your intake of vitamin C, for example by consuming lots of fruit, vegetables, and vitamin C supplements. Eat regularly, a little but often Not yet screaming excessively Do not smoke or consume alcohol Do not take any drugs If the complaint does not improve in 1 to 3 days, do not hesitate to see a doctor or an ENT specialist, okay?
I hope this helps.