Every day, glands in the linings of your nose, throat, airways, stomach, and
intestinal tract produce mucus. Your nose alone makes about a quart of it each
If you suffer from mucus buildup in throat, here are some of the reasons why this
happens. Also learn helpful tips to deal with it and stories from others that suffer ...
Cold or Flu: During a cold or the flu, there is a production of clear, thin mucus in
the nose and back of the throat. When the body starts to react to the virus, the ...
One anxiety symptom that affects millions of those with anxiety is excessive
mucus. The mucus is usually in the back of your throat (although may be in your ...
Feb 17, 2016 ... Catarrh is an excessive build-up of mucus in an airway or cavity of the body. ... It
usually affects the back of the nose, the throat or the sinuses ...
Apr 19, 2016 ... Mucus - also known as sputum - is a sticky, gelatinous material that lines your
lungs, throat, mouth, nose, and sinuses.
My problem is characterized by a need to spit out the phlegm as and when I feel it
trickle down the back of my throat. The act of forcibly removing it from my throat ...
Oct 7, 2011 ... Two of the most common causes of frequent throat clearing are ... of throat mucus
, or the feeling like something is stuck in the throat, but nothing ...
Nov 11, 2013 ... DR MARTIN SCURR explains why mucus can sometimes accumulate at the back
of the throat AND argues that bribing patients to take their ...
Dec 7, 2009 ... 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 ...