How Do I Stop The Habit Of Clearing My Throat?

Two of the most common causes of frequent throat clearing are laryngopharyngeal reflux, or LPR, and seasonal allergies, explains Song.

People with LPR may also have post-nasal drip, an excess of throat mucus, or the feeling like something is stuck in the throat, but nothing is there.

How do I stop constant throat clearing?

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Why do I have to keep clearing my throat all the time?

Two of the most common causes of frequent throat clearing are laryngopharyngeal reflux, or LPR, and seasonal allergies, explains Song. People with LPR may also have post-nasal drip, an excess of throat mucus, or the feeling like something is stuck in the throat, but nothing is there.

Can clearing your throat be a habit?

Most people clear their throat from time to time. Sometimes, it is in response to irritants, other times it is just a habit. However, frequent throat clearing may be due to a medical condition.

Why do I feel like I have mucus stuck in my throat?

The sensation caused by throat mucus, or catarrh, can be difficult to understand and to remedy. It is often attributed to sinusitis and treated as such. The feeling of something “stuck” at the back of the throat can also be caused by the backflow of gastric fluids, or acid reflux.