Is the only way to treat tonsillitis an antibiotic? How to fight the disease faster? What will help relieve the troublesome symptoms? Are home remedies effective in the treatment of angina? Answers to these questions can be found in the following article.
Angina – or severe inflammation of the tonsils and mucous membrane of the throat – can be caused by viruses, bacteria or fungi. It is an infectious disease transmitted by droplet or direct contact. Initially its symptoms may resemble an ordinary upper respiratory tract infection, but tonsillitis should not be underestimated – this disease carries a risk of dangerous complications. How to recognize it? How to fight the disease? Can home remedies cope with angina?
Although the first symptoms of this disease may resemble a harmless cold, as the disease develops we will notice symptoms, which will clearly indicate whether we are dealing with angina. We can recognize it by the following symptoms:
Depending on the location of the inflammation are distinguished:
Depending on the location of the infection, the course of the disease may look slightly different. However, most of the symptoms listed above will accompany each type of tonsillitis
Most cases of tonsillitis are caused by streptococcus. This is a type of tonsillitis called purulent tonsillitis. With this type of infection, you will need to visit your doctor and take an antibiotic. However, in addition to drug therapy, we can also use home remedies, which can accelerate the eradication of the disease, relieve pain and other annoying discomforts.
To relieve the annoying pain and discomfort during the disease try the following ways:
Depending on the treatment methods used, tonsillitis usually lasts from one to two weeks.
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