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Hoarseness is the abnormal change in voice or loss of voice. When hoarse, the voice may sound breathy, raspy, strained, or show changes in volume or pitch (depending on how high or low the voice is). Voice changes are related to disorders in the sound-producing parts (vocal folds) of the voice box (larynx). While breathing, the vocal folds remain apart. When speaking or singing, they come together and as air leaves the lungs, they vibrate, producing sound. The more tightly the vocal folds are held and the smaller the vocal folds, the more rapidly they vibrate. More rapid vibration makes a higher voice pitch. Swelling or lumps on the vocal folds prevent them from coming together properly, which makes a change in the voice.


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Hoarseness is a common symptom that most people have experienced from time to time while fighting a cold or the flu. But it can also be a symptom of something more serious. Some possible causes include:


  • Laryngitis
  • Voice Misuse
  • Vocal cysts or polyps
  • Allergies
  • Acid reflux or Heart Burn
  • Smoking
  • Thyroid
  • Trauma
  • Neurological Conditions
  • Cancer
  • Inhalation of a foreign body or caustic substance.


Specialists in speech/language pathology (voice therapists) are trained to assist patients in behavior modification to help eliminate some voice disorders. Patients who have developed bad habits, such as smoking or overusing their voice by yelling and screaming, benefit most from this conservative approach. The speech/language pathologist may teach patients to alter their methods of speech production to improve the sound of the voice and to resolve problems, such as vocal nodules. When a patient’s problem is specifically related to singing, a singing teacher may help to improve the patients’ singing techniques.




  • If you smoke, quit.
  • Avoid agents that dehydrate the body, such as alcohol and caffeine.
  • Avoid secondhand smoke.
  • Stay hydrated - drink plenty of water.
  • Humidify your home.
  • Watch your diet - avoid spicy foods.
  • Try not to use your voice too long or too loudly.
  • Use microphone in situations where you need to project your voice.
  • Seek professional voice training.
  • Avoid speaking or singing when your voice is injured or hoarse.

Treatment at SSOHM

At SSOHM we provide treatment for this disease which is combination of herbal and homeopathy. We get a lot of patients suffering with hoarseness of the voice particularly teachers who teach primary school and singers.


Homoeopathy has been of great help in helping these people whatever the cause of their hoarseness is. We have been able to help people get rid of vocal nodules without surgery. We have not only been able to help them get rid of their hoarseness but also help them from not getting it back.


The treatment is 100% safe with no side effect


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