- Consuming alcohol too much.
- Smoking alot
- Viral and bacterial infections.
- Tonsillitis and other various allergies
- Snoring when sleeping.
- Acid reflux
- Throat get infections
Although a swollen uvula can be treated at home, there is instances where in the necessity for seeking professional help ought to be done. In extreme swelling and the condition lasts for over 24-48 hours, the patient ought to see a doctor. Depending on the cause of the Swollen Uvula, there are many different types of remedies and treatment that we recommended:
- If you dehydration, a dry of your
mouth or throat is causing the swelling, you should increase your intake
of fluids especially water and orange juice as soon as possible.
- In other way, swollen uvula can be treated with salt-water gargles to reduce your pain and inflammation.
- If the Swollen Uvula cause by a viral or bacterial infection, the appropriate medication ought to be taken. Antibiotics will help you get out of a bacterial infection while over-the-counter painkillers or anti-inflammatory drugs may help you with a viral infection.
- If the reason by the uvulitis, steroid medications may help reduce the pain, inflammation and redness. By reduce swelling, Antihistamines are often prescribed by doctor.
- You should need an epinephrine or adrenaline injection to prevent your swelling if the pain of your uvula persists or the swelling recurs.
- There is usually no require to remove the uvula through surgical procedure to treat the condition. An uvulectomy is only recommended for individuals who suffer from extreme snoring and apnea when sleeping.