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How to get rid of mucus in the throat and clear phlegm

Learn how to get rid of mucus in the throat and phlegm in the throat to clear your mucus and phlegm!


In this video, we discuss mucus and phlegm, two substances that are produced by your respiratory system to protect against infections and irritants. They're often associated with respiratory conditions like colds, flu and allergies. Learn science with fun as I share some scientifically-backed tips that can help alleviate mucus and phlegm symptoms.


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As mentioned earlier, mucus and catarrh is not usually harmful, but if it ever becomes a particular problem for you, starts to interfere with your daily life or lasts more than three weeks, you should speak to your doctor. It could be a sign of an underlying condition, such as nasal polyps or a chest infection, which might need further investigating or treatment.

You’ll also want to speak to your doctor if at any time your mucus is brown or bloody, as this can also be a sign of an underlying condition that needs investigating.

And if at any time you experience catarrh or mucus, you have any other symptoms that go with it such as difficulty breathing, tightness in your chest, difficulty swallowing or fever, these are also red flags that you should speak to your doctor about straight away.


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About this video: Searching how to get rid of mucus in the throat? In this video, Advanced Medical Practitioner Abraham Khodadi, MPharm(Hons)IPresc MScACP shares how to get rid of phlegm in the throat to clear your mucus and phlegm!

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