What Causes Tumors In The Throat?
Can bacteria be a cause of a throat tumor? Lately my food is out of control,
Good morning, thanks for the question
History of consuming oily foods, hard consistency, etc. may cause inflammation of the throat mucosa, causing symptoms of strep throat such as swallowing pain, coughing, fever, and so forth. The condition is not related to an increased risk of malignancy in the throat, or referred to as nasopharyngeal cancer.
What is currently known based on research is nasopharyngeal cancer associated with Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) contamination. EBV is generally present in saliva and can be transmitted through direct contact to contaminated people or objects.
Risk factors that increase the likelihood of developing nasopharyngeal cancer include:
1. Generally attacks the age of 30-50 years
2. Family history of nasopharyngeal cancer
3. Smoking and consuming alcohol
4. Consuming foods preserved with salt
Symptoms of a nasopharyngeal cancer condition include:
1. Lump in the neck area
2. Hearing loss
3. Hormone disorders
4. The face feels numb
6. Swallowing disorders
7. Impaired vision
To prevent the possibility of nasopharyngeal cancer, make it a habit to live a healthy healthy life by consuming food that is not preserved, does not smoke and consume alcohol, and exercise to increase body immunity.
That's all, hope you can help.