- Strep throat treatment: general advice
- Treat Laryngitis: antibiotics for strep throat
- Strep throat treatment: other medications
- Pharyngitis treat with herbs
- Do not smoke .
- Do not drink alcohol.
- Ensure proper resistance by eating among more healthy and varied, plenty of rest and relaxation and physical exercise.
- Give your voice enough rest by talking as little as possible and when you talk, then just do it and do not whisper.
- Sore throat can be alleviate by drinking very hot and cold beverages, or eat an ice cream or to suck on a lozenge. Gargle with salt water or chamomile tea can also help. Add a glass of hot water one teaspoon salt and let it dissolve. Then gargle.
- Make sure you drink enough, even if you encounter because it hurts. If you do not drink enough, you can dry out slowly, as the headache and fatigue can make things much worse.
- Penicillin, such feneticilline, phenoxymethylpenicillin and amoxicillin plus clavulanic acid.
- Macrolide, such as azithromycin, clarithromycin and erythromycin.
- Tetracycline, such as doxycycline, minocycline and tetracycline.
- Cephalosporins, such as cefaclor, cephalexin, ceftibuten and cefuroxime.
To suppress the symptoms as much as possible, it is wise to take these drugs on a regular basis, as stated in the leaflet. Even when using paracetamol is true that you have to build a mirror. Therefore, take paracetamol four times a day until the symptoms are significantly reduced.
- Chamomile. Chamomile has a slightly disinfectant effect. Moreover, it is soothing for the throat.
- Anise. The anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory effect of anise seed has been demonstrated. You can make tea with aniseed or take a bath with aniseed.
- True sage. Real sage has anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory effect. Gargle with sage tea is recommended.
- Licorice. Particularly its activity against viruses and bacteria makes licorice root interesting. The anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative effect of liquorice have been demonstrated in experiments.
Other therapeutic that could be used for sore throats pine, eucalyptus, golden cowslip, real mallow, linden, myrrh, meadowsweet, Pelargonium sidoides, fir, thyme and fennel. This article does not discuss homeopathic remedies against throat infection, as there is no scientific evidence for the efficacy of homeopathy.