Throat Tickle and Acute Rhinitis
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Throat Tickle can be very distracting, and sometimes, painful as well if you have a persistent tickle in and around your throat. Generally, this is a symptom of cold. A throat infection may be one of the causes of the ticklish feeling you are experiencing in your throat. It can be one of the early signs of common cold or may even indicate a tonsillitis problem. Allergies can also lead to throat tickle. Sometimes, along with the tickling, you might even feel irritation and see a visible redness in the throat. You will feel a constant need to clear your throat, and this can be very annoying for you as well as others around you. Since our vocal cords are very delicate, constant throat clearing might damage them.

-- Apple cider vinegar is another well-known cure for throat tickles. Simply add a teaspoon each of this vinegar and ground cayenne pepper in some warm water and add to this some clover honey. Gargle with this mixture a few times a day.

-- Chamomile tea is also good for itchy throats. Simply steep a tea bag of chamomile tea for 5 minutes in a cup of warm water and drink slowly.

-- Get some vitamin C tablets and crush these into a fine powder. You can also use pure vitamin C syrup for this tickly throat solution. Add the vitamin C to some warm water in a glass and add a bit of salt and a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. Use this as a gargle during the day, making sure to gargle at least twice or three times. If your throat tickle does not disappear with any of these remedies and lasts for around a couple of weeks, then you may be suffering from some sort of allergy. A visit to your doctor may be required in this case.

-- Aloe vera juice is another possible cure for a throat tickle. Dilute some pure aloe vera extract in some warm water and gargle with it a couple of times a day.

-- One cure for itch in your throat is to rehydrate. Since one possible cause for the itch is dryness, rehydrating yourself by drinking plenty of water should do the trick of getting the itch to stop.

-- Ginger tea is also a good remedy for itchy throats. Peel a piece of ginger and cut in thin slices. Boil in a cup of water for 5 minutes or until water turns yellowish. Cool a bit then drink slowly.

-- Gargle with a mixture of sea salt in warm water. Use this remedy at least a few times during the span of a day. The salt is a natural bacteria killer and antiseptic and should help ease that itch in your throat.

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