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Never suffer a sore throat again with this quick and easy remedy

by , 12 March 2013

No one is immune to sore throats - not even A-list Hollywood celebrities. Take songbird Rihanna for example. She was forced to cancel her show in Boston on Sunday night after being hit with laryngitis. And with the colder weather around the country this week, you could follow suit. Don't let this happen! Use this simple remedy you ensure to never have a sore throat again!

While sore throats tend to be quite painful, they usually don’t cause lasting damage to your vocal cords.

In fact, says webMD, because most sore throats are caused by a viral infection like laryngitis, they tend to go away without medical treatment.

Luckily there’s something you can do to ensure you and your family won’t have to suffer from a sore throat this winter…

The secret to never having a sore throat again

The team at Health Bytes suggest you gargle with warm salt water every morning and every evening to prevent catching a sore throat.

This is the cheapest and most effective way of tackling the virus causing this condition.

Why does this work?

Well, explains Health Bytes, salt water helps loosen up the excess mucus that coats the throat during times of sickness. The salt and the gargling action encourage the mucus – along with the bacteria or allergens causing the pain and irritation – to break up and flush away.

But be warned: Don’t swallow this mixture after gargling – it can cause a burning sensation in your gullet.

While prevention is always better than cure, if you have a sore throat try this!

If you already have a sore throat, gargle with horseradish sauce.

Mix one tablespoon of horseradish, a teaspoon of honey and one teaspoon of ground cloves in a glass of warm water. Then simple gargle with this little-known soother to ease the pain and treat your sore throat.

Don’t be like Rihanna and let a sore throat be the reason you miss out on life. Start gargling with salt water today to prevent a sore, scratchy throat this winter.

 




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