Dysphagia – difficulty swallowing – can turn a pleasant meal or evening into a painful state. Although it does not always cause suffocation, a patient with dysphagia may take several hours for the esophagus to pass. There are some medications that can help with the problem, but here are some home remedies that can help when an object is stuck and some that help improve the neck in the future. These statements have not yet been evaluated by a physician, so you should always consult a physician before initiating treatment with remedies.
Initial treatment for dysphagia
If anything is stuck
The first medicine is that Rocky Balboa could be enjoyed, and that it swallows an uncooked yolk and knows. The texture of the egg is attached to the problem food or pill and removes the barrier. A piece of cooked rice can help if something gets trapped in the esophagus. It can put more weight on the bone and push it down. Swallowing the bread can do the same. Vinegar is also a good solution if the barrier is a big object. It can even help soften hard bones and make it easier to swallow. Try starting with the vinegar method, then follow with the rice or egg. The root of clematis is a herb that can be heated and mixed with vinegar and brown sugar to remove blockages and soothe irritation. Heimlich maneuvering can also be used to remove food particles trapped in the airway.
It is known that many herbs in episodes of dysphagia help the throat. Glycyrrhiza glabra can reduce swelling and cramps and relieve pain in the gastrointestinal tract. The typical dose is 380 mg daily. Slippery feather (Ulmus fulva) is loose, which means it promotes and protects the healing of irritated tissues. The dose is 60 mg daily. Marshmallow (Althea officianalis) is also an emollient and emollient (a soothing substance) and can be prepared in a tea with 2 to 5 g of dry leaf or root in 1 cup of boiling water. Other herbs that can help are Valeriana officianalis, Dioscorea vilosca, Hypericum performatum, Scutellaria lateriflora and Tilia cordata.
Here are some homeopathic remedies that can also help. Baptesia Tincotria is used when a patient has a red, inflammatory and painless throat that can only swallow fluids. Baryta carbonica is used when almonds are enlarged. Carbo vegetabilis is associated with dysphagia, which is accompanied by bloating and indigestion, which are worse when you lie down. Ignatia should be taken when there is a tingling sensation in the throat, back-cramping, coughing and after the grief test. Lachesis can be used if the patient does not wish to rest around the neck, including clothes that fit comfortably around the neck. Make sure you consult an approved homeopath before choosing medicine and dosage.