There are many different causes of sore throat. It can be sore throat, a simple nasal drip from a cold, or inflamed and inflamed tonsils. But if your tonsils bother you, it’s not necessarily caused by tonsillitis. Something called tonsil stones could be the cause of the sore throat sensation.
The tonsil stones are the result of the accumulation of food, mucous membranes and bacteria that accumulate in the back of the throat and settle in the tonsils. It can cause the sensation of having a sore throat since these particles can irritate the throat. Although it is most likely not tonsillitis, it is still a disturbing and uncomfortable feeling that can stay with you until the problem is resolved.
Unfortunately, there isn’t much that can be done to completely get rid of tonsil stones, but there are a few things that can help make it less severe. Halitosis is usually accompanied by sore throat and feeling as if something is getting stuck behind it, which can cause cough and pain. Many times, the tonsil stone will move on its own, and you will cough and spit it out.
At other times, they simply tend to shrink for no apparent reason. Gargling thoroughly is a good way to prevent tonsillolit (another word for tonsil stones) every day. Make sure not to eat within thirty minutes before bedtime, as this allows all food to go down your throat and not get trapped there.