In a matter of minutes, you will learn how to get rid of phlegm naturally (using only natural methods), and finally say goodbye to phlegm in chest and throat for good…
How to Get Rid of Phlegm Stuck in Throat?
Throat clearing can become a habit for some people – and it’s very annoying! Some people even have excessive phlegm in their throats literally all their lives, where they have this very uncomfortable feeling in the back of their throats, that there is a thick liquid hanging there. Others have to clear their throats after they eat so their voices won’t sound all scratchy.
This habit is certainly embarrassing for those who have it, and dreadfully annoying for people close to them. So, whether you are a ‘throat clearer’ or someone who is extremely annoyed by the habit, these natural tips may help you.
6 Tips to Get Rid of Phlegm in Throat & Chest
1. Drink Plenty of Water
Drink 6-8 eight-ounce glasses of water daily will help dissolve the phlegm.
You can bring a water bottle with you to work and refill it at the water fountain if you want. For most people, this will help maintain the lubricating mucus thin.
2. Relax Your Throat
Try relaxing the muscles in your neck, jaw and shoulders. Do it by reducing stress and anxiety. Relax the rest of your body, and your mind. If the rest of you isn’t relaxed, there’s no way your throat can relax.
3. Do a Powerful Swallow
Clearing your throat can turn into a habit, be aware of this. Every time you feel like clearing, call it off and do a powerful swallow instead, with your chin tucke down.
4. Choose Non-Fat Dairy Products
Milk proteins can lead to an increase of phlegm production for some people. Still, generally -according to several studies- there was no connection between milk consumption and phlegm production or asthma (Brunello Wüthrich, MD, Alexandra Schmid, Barbara Walther, PhD and Robert Sieber, PhD). The high fat content in dairy products only creates a sensation, making you ‘feel’ like you have a thick mucus. But even this can make your throat-clearing habit worse.
5. Drink Warm Water After Meals
If your phlegm problem seems to increase after meals, try to stay away from cold water. Instead, go for warm water. Drinking warm water aftear eating can help for some people.
6. Natural remedies
In most cases, this is the most effective way to get rid of phlegm in your throat, and encourage respiratory health.
Natural remedies have been used in traditional medicine to encourage healthy open airways and clear throats. Some even work for the whole respiratory system. One of the most effective remedies to get rid of phlegm is Kali Mur, which can also boost your general lung health. If you happen to have wet and lasting cough, Kali Mur can be very helpful.
Kali Sulph also has many benefits. Other than getting rid of excessive phlegm, it’s also known as a remedy for sinus congestions, and inflamed mucous membranes. As a soother, you can use Kali Bich, which is very effective in dissolving thick phlegm in your chest.
Natural Remedies: The Most Effective Way to Get Rid of Phlegm
Phlegm is a gluey stuff containing mucus and other particles including fluids. Phlegm symptoms can be caused by several conditions. Surprisingly, most of these symptoms can be relieved using natural remedies. Unlike artificial chemicals, natural remedies with therapeutic dosage do not have side effects.
Mucus–Clear is a homeopathic remedy registered with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
“Mucus have been annoying me for at least 3 years. I’ve been having it in the nose and throat, almost every day. I went to many doctors but nothing helped. I can’t put into words how grateful I am to have found Mucus Clear. I’m half-way through the first bottle, and no more mucus at all. What a terrific product!” – Win B., MA, USA
“Mucus Clear really worked for my daughters. They always suffer from clogged throats. I’m always happy to discover a natural homeopathic remedy” – Kathy
WARNING: Forget Antihistamines, Decongestants and Guaifenesin
Decongestants dry you up and they make the phlegm thick. Instead of feeling better, the more you take decongestants, the deeper you get into the malicious phlegm-producing cycle.
Side effects of decongestants: dizziness, nervousness, and high blood pressure.
Side effects of antihistamines: drowsiness, dry mouth, dizziness, and headache.
Side effects of guaifenesin: dizziness, headache, nausea, and vomiting.
Natural remedies is your best shot to get rid of phlegm, and it can relief the condition from the first dose.