Can allergies cause laryngitis?

April 24, 2022
When airborne allergens are breathed, the immune system perceives them as a threat and causes histamine release from blood cells, resulting in an inflammatory reaction defined by increased mucus production. Mucus absorbs moisture, causing the laryngeal vocal folds to dry out. Hoarseness caused by an allergen that can be avoided should subside in a few hours. A reaction to dogs, a barn, raking leaves, or air pollution are all examples. During pollen season, hoarseness can continue anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks. It might come back if you don't take your allergy medicine suggested by your allergy doctor.Make your allergies rare with Salt Therapy for Allergies at SaltWorld.