Allergic Laryngitis is a condition characterized by hoarseness and may affect both the upper and lower airways. Mucus protects your vocal cords but Antihistamines cause your body's mucus to dry up which causes irritation and swelling. Although this helps relieve congestion, it also dries up the mucus layer that protects your vocal cords. Symptoms of laryngitis are not specific and include hoarseness, clearing of the throat, cough, a dry and scratchy throat, sneeze, excess mucus and globus sensation.
Allergies can affect your voice in several ways; they can even cause you to lose your voice. Allergies can irritate and enflame the vocal cords, which can cause hoarseness. Also the congestion from a stuffed nose can make it difficult to breathe easily. If your vocal cords are dry, nose is stuffed then it can make your voice raspy.
The best way to treat the Allergic Laryngitis are hydration, drink lots of fluids, rest your voice, gargling with warm salt water can relieve discomfort, medications, using a humidifier to moisturize the air this helps lubricating the vocal folds and thinning excess mucus.
Flanax Pain Reliever Tablets and Flanax Cough Lozenges are effective in treating allergies.
Avoid irritants that trigger an allergic reaction, such as tobacco smoke, and stay inside on dry, windy days. See your doctor if symptoms have lingered longer than two weeks.