What Is Chronic Laryngitis? Causes, Symptoms & Its Treatment!

Chronic Laryngitis

In laryngitis, you will find that laryngeal mucous membrane is congested, swollen and is full of mucus. Chronic laryngitis happens as a result of continual attacks of acute laryngitis. Since the larynx is responsible for producing voice, this can naturally affect the voice of any individual.


Excessive use of the voice for singing, especially in a dusty atmosphere, often leads to chronic laryngitis. Heavy smoking, exposure to chemicals, poisonous fumes and harmful gases can also cause this disease. Breathing from the mouth and obstruction of the nasal sinus can precipitate chronic laryngitis. Also, in some cases, respiratory diseases such as influenza, bronchitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis, and the common cold can cause chronic laryngitis.


Hoarseness in the voice/Lost voice
Throat irritation (itchiness and scratchiness)
Difficulty in swallowing
Swollen lymph codes
Change in voice
Pain in throat


If your chronic laryngitis is caused by smoking, drinking alcohol, voice overuse or work-related exposures, your doctor will likely advise you to follow the standard prevention guidelines. As well as, he/she may also refer you to an alternative voice care speech therapist. This form of therapy (known as the Vocal Science™ Method and Technique) teaches you to use your voice correctly and avoid speaking in ways that might re-injure your vocal cords.

The Royans Institute for Non-Surgical Voice Repair offers a unique and revolutionary non-surgical program that will not only help you to repair your voice, it will also teach you how to use your voice correctly according to the standards of professional speaking/singing. By getting the treatment for the cause, and not only for the symptoms of your vocal problems, you will never face the same vocal issues again.


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