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What to do with tonsillitis? Here are some tips to help you

The symptoms of tonsillitis are obvious pharyngeal pain, which is difficult to swallow. If the pain is severe, it can radiate to the ear. It is a common disease. Tonsillitis can be divided into acute stage and chronic stage. Patients should be treated in time to prevent aggravation.

Chronic tonsillar hyperemia is associated with surrounding tissue. Chronic tonsillitis can be caused by acute infectious diseases, and sinusitis infection can also induce this disease. The clinical manifestations are often foreign body sensation in the pharynx, dry itching, irritant cough and halitosis. The symptoms of human body are acute, the chills and high fever can reach 39-40 ℃, and children will vomit and sleep, constipation, inappetence, general laziness and even general convulsions due to high fever, and often wake up at night.

Keep your mouth clean and rinse frequently to reduce bacterial infection in your mouth. It can be rinsed with iodized tablets 3 to 4 times a day. It is the most simple and convenient to gargle with light salt water. Take a cup of warm boiled water after meals and before going to bed and gargle repeatedly with salt for about 5 minutes each time. Strengthen physical exercise to improve self immunity and form good living habits.

When the throat is uncomfortable, you can eat sweet kumquat. Kumquat is rich in nutrition, contains calcium and vitamin C, and has a good anti-inflammatory effect. You can also add honey and crystal sugar to boil the juice, and the taste will be sweeter. The decoction of Kumquat leaf is very effective. Ginger has two effects of seasoning and medicine since ancient times. The rhizome of ginger has the functions of antipyretic, perspiration and heat preservation, as well as eliminating phlegm and inflammation. Ginger soup and tangerine peel have a good effect. Double the effect of drinking while hot. Licorice root decoction is also effective for tonsillitis and sudden sore throat.

When patients are diagnosed by doctors, they should be analyzed according to the data of medical records, general or local examinations, and make mutual reference, which can not exclude the situation after tonsillectomy. If not necessary, the patients with chronic pharyngitis can not be operated, otherwise the disease will be aggravated. Acute patients should be completely cured to avoid future pathological changes. Pay attention to the prevention of all kinds of infectious diseases.