Asked by: Mimunt Ohlheiser
Asked in category: medical health, ear nose and throat conditions
Last Updated: 17th Apr 2024

How can I stop my nasal drip from the back side of my throat?

You can also try
  1. Use a medication like guaifenesin, (Mucinex).
  2. To flush out mucus, bacteria and other irritating substances, use saline nasal sprays.
  3. To increase the humidity in the air, turn on a humidifier or vaporizer.



How can you naturally get rid of nasal drip?

Thick Mucus

  1. Avoid dairy products
  2. Hydration is key to thinning thickened mucus. Drink lots of water!
  3. You can either use a humidifier to cool your body at night, or you can take hot, steamy showers.
  4. Use an over-the-counter nasal spray that is saline to loosen the mucus and remove any debris.

What causes post nasal drip? Certain changes in the environment and the body can cause postnasal drip. An allergy is the leading cause of postnasal drip. Trigger postnasal drip may be caused by seasonal allergies. This is because the body makes extra mucus in an effort to eliminate pollen spores.

Hence, I have always had mucus in my throat.

Postnasal drip Mucus is produced by the nose, sinuses, and throat. It's a common condition that people swallow unconsciously. Postnasal drip is when mucus begins to build up in the throat . Postnasal drip can be caused by allergies, infections, or acid reflux.

How can you get rid of the phlegm at the back of your throat.

Warm salt water is a good way to clear any phlegm stuck in your throat. It can kill germs and soothe a sore throat. Combine 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon salt with a cup water. Warm water dissolves salt faster than cold.