Huskiness

When you are hes, your voice does not sound as usual. It is common to become hes when you are cold. Often, the hoarseness goes away by itself when the cold has passed. It can take up to a week. You can even get hoarse if you overstretch your voice.

Symptoms of huskiness

When you are hes, your voice doesn’t sound like it usually does. Talking can be tiring. Sometimes the voice can disappear completely for a few hours or days, and then come back. 

What can I do for myself?

There is no medicine that helps against the hoarseness itself. But there are some things you can do to relieve the hassle.

Try to rest your voice as much as possible while you are hesitant. Try to use your voice in a soft and relaxed way, with a comfortable voice mode. Avoid whacking or whispering. Instead, try to cough a little lightly to preserve the moisture in your throat.

Smoking makes you more anxious and also makes the trouble last longer. Therefore, avoid smoking or staying in smoky environments when you are hoarse.

You can also try drinking hot beverages. It can relieve the symptoms of huskiness

If you have dry cough that teases your throat, try drinking some water when the cough comes. You can also try using sugar-free throat tablets that lean. 

When and where should I seek care?

Most people who become hoarse do not need to seek care, but the hassles usually go by themselves.

Investigation

If you have been hesitant for a long time, you should seek care. Then the doctor examines, among other things, your vocal cords. It can do so with the help of a special mirror or camera inserted through the nose or mouth. Sometimes more investigations are done.

What happens in the body?

Hoarseness is usually because the vocal cords have become inflamed. Then the vocal cords are red and inflamed and cannot swing as usual. It can also hurt to swallow and cough. 

The vocal cords are located inside the larynx. They are elastic and tighten and relax as the cartilage in the larynx moves. Then the gap between the vocal cords is opened and closed. When the gap is open, air can pass down the trachea. When air is squeezed through the larynx and the vocal cords begin to swing, the sounds that are your voice are created. 

It is common to be hesitant in a cold

Hoarseness is common in colds. But you can also become hesitant if you have overstrained your voice.

You who smoke can also become hes for a long time. 

Complications and sequelae

You who are often hes can have vocal cords, or vocal cords as they are also called. They arise because the vocal cords have been strained for a long time. In conjunction with the overwork, the vocal cords get slight bleeding. When they heal, scars can sometimes form.

You who have vocal cords can receive voice therapy. It is speech training at a speech therapist. Then you can, among other things, learn to use another voice mode that does not strain the vocal cords as much.

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