How do I get rid of excess phlegm in my throat?

How to get rid of phlegm and mucus

  1. Keeping the air moist.
  2. Drinking plenty of fluids.
  3. Applying a warm, wet washcloth to the face.
  4. Keeping the head elevated.
  5. Not suppressing a cough.
  6. Discreetly getting rid of phlegm.
  7. Using a saline nasal spray or rinse.
  8. Gargling with salt water.

Is phlegm everyday normal?

Your body naturally makes mucus every day, and its presence isn’t necessarily a sign of anything unhealthy. Mucus, also known as phlegm when it’s produced by your respiratory system, lines the tissues of your body (such as your nose, mouth, throat, and lungs), and it helps protect you from infection.

What foods contain mucus?

– Onion – Garlic – Ginger – Pumpkin – Celery – Radishes – Pickles – Grapefruit

What is the best medicine for throat mucus?

Prescription Medications.

  • Over-the-Counter Treatments.
  • Home Remedies for Congestion.
  • Breathing Exercises to Clear COVID Lungs.
  • Deep Breathing Exercise.
  • Breath Stacking Exercise.
  • Back Lying Exercise.
  • Side Lying Exercise.
  • How to clear excess thick sticky mucus from the throat?

    avoiding things that trigger your symptoms,such as allergens or smoky places

  • taking sips of cold water when you feel the need to clear your throat – constantly clearing your throat may make things worse
  • using a saline nasal rinse several times a day – these can be bought from a pharmacy or made at home with half a teaspoon of salt in a pint
  • What causes excessive mucus production in the throat?

    acid reflux

  • allergies
  • asthma
  • infections,such as the common cold
  • lung diseases,such as chronic bronchitis,pneumonia,cystic fibrosis,and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)