5 Powerful Home Remedies For Dry Throat


Home Remedies For Dry Throat

Dry throat is a common occurrence among people, regardless of age. It can be a result of the dry air around, dehydration, exercising, sleeping with an open mouth, smoking, vomiting, pollution, or excessive coughing. These will cause your mucus membrane to be dried out, leading to a dry throat.


Other symptoms that will occur alongside your dry throat are: cough, throat inflammation, hoarse voice, difficulty swallowing, swollen tonsils, itchiness in throat, fatigue, vomiting, and fever. The symptoms shown can depend on how severe your condition is.


There are several remedies that can treat a dry throat:

Consume lozenges


Lozenges, menthol, or mints can help to relieve the irritated throat by increasing the saliva production. This will coat the throat with a layer that will ease the urge to cough. There are two main types of medicated lozenges available – pharmaceuticals and naturals.


Pharmaceutical lozenges contain local anesthetics to numb the throat, antibacterial, as well as antitussives, a cough suppressant. On the other hand, lozenges with natural ingredients mainly contain menthol, honey, lemon, and eucalyptus.


Gargle saltwater


Gargling saltwater is one of the easiest ways to get rid of a sore throat. By doing so, the blood flow to pharyngeal region will be increased and bacteria in the throat will be rinsed away. This will help to reduce throat infection and burning sensation. The built-up mucus will also be removed through this process.


This remedy is very affordable as you will only need to mix ¼ teaspoon of salt in a glass of warm water. It is recommended to do this twice or thrice per day.


Warm beverages


Natural Remedies For Dry Throat

Warm beverages can aid in adding moisture to the throat, provide immediate relief for soreness and irritation, and keep your body hydrated. This are all essential for a quicker recovery from a dry throat as it will help to thin the mucus.


Examples of warm beverages are: caffeine-free tea, ginger tea, honey lemon tea, and soup broth.

Honey water


Dry Throat Remedy At Home

Honey is well-known for its anti-inflammatory properties, and also its sweetness. The anti-inflammatory properties will be able to reduce inflammation, soothe the area, and break down mucus.


If honey water is too sweet to your liking, you can consider adding lemon juice into it.

Turmeric milk


Throat Dryness Home Remedies

Not only can this cup of milk treat a dry throat, it can also boost your immunity and treat most type of coughs. There are only 3 ingredients for this remedy – a clove of garlic, a cup of milk, and ¼ teaspoon of turmeric.


Note: Adding of garlic is optional, but recommended as it contains allicin which can help to fight against cold.


Not only can you use these remedies to treat your dry throat, some can also help to boost your immunity and treat most cough. If you have a humidifier at home, you should use it to increase the amount of moisture in the air. By taking the remedies, it will definitely help to relieve your dry throat. In the event where you still experience discomfort with your throat, be sure to seek your doctor’s advice and get medication.


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