The Voice Becomes Hoarse Every Time You Smoke?
Hello, I’m an active smoker, it’s been 5 days I have a fever, runny nose, cough, cold feet and hands, and every time I smoke the voice immediately feels hoarse, please diagnose and handle it, thank you.
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Related to the hoarseness felt due to smoking while coughing it is related to exposure to substances contained in cigarettes in the respiratory tract that starts from the nose and mouth, throat to the lungs where the channel has cells that have glands when exposed to these glandular substances will experience inflammation and produce more mucus than usual so that it can cause symptoms such as hoarseness, cough with phlegm, shortness of breath, and fever.
Some other risks associated with smoking are
Bad breath that is sedentary.
Decreased bone density in the jaw.
Periodontitis: an infection caused by bacteria in the oral cavity that results in damage to the supporting tissues of the teeth.
Increased buildup of plaque and tartar.
Increased risk of oral cancer.
Increased risk of sinusitis.
Inflammation of the salivary glands.
The risk of developing white patches in the mouth is called leukoplakia.
Increased risk of gum disease. This condition is the main cause of tooth loss.
Increased risk of cavities in teeth.
The best thing you can do is reduce and stop smoking. Some steps that can be done is in the form of therapy
Substitute other favorite foods such as sweets or other favorite foods.
Nicotine gum: chew slowly for 30 minutes regularly.
Suction tablets: suck between the gums and inside the cheeks for 30 minutes.
Sublingual tablets: tablets are left to dissolve under the tongue.
Inhalers: inhale regularly and according to dosage.
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So that we can say hopefully useful thanks