PLUG SENSATION IN YOUR THROAT
Globus pharyngeus, it is a feeling of something stuck in your throat. The sinuses, throat, and nose all produce mucus that a person usually swallows unconsciously. When mucus starts to build up or trickle down the back of the throat.
- a sore throat
- frequent swallowing
CAUSES: The exact cause is not yet known .
Few conditions in which you could feel it are as followed,
- cricopharyngeal spasm, which is a type of muscle spasm that happens in the throat
- hiatus hernia, which is when a part of the stomach moves up into the chest
- sinusitis, which is inflammation of the sinuses
- post-nasal drip, which occurs when the glands in the throat and nose continually produce mucus
- a swollen thyroid gland, or goiter
Few homoeopathic remedies are as followed:
Lachesis - Feeling as if something was swollen which must be swallowed. Sore, worse left side, swallowing liquids. chronic sore throat, with much hawking; mucus sticks, and cannot be forced up or down.
Ignatia - Feeling of a lump in throat that cannot be swallowed. Tendency to choke, globus hystericus. Sore throat; stitches when not swallowing; better, eating something solid. Stitches between acts of swallowing.
Asafoetida - Globus hystericus. Ball rises in throat. Sensation as if peristaltic motion were reversed, and śsophagus were driven from stomach to throat
Sabadilla - Sore; begins on left side (Lach). Much tough phlegm. Sensation of a skin hanging loosely; must swallow it Sensation of a lump in throat with constant necessity to swallow