Hi fellow sufferer, I don't have as many episodes with excessive mucous in my throat as I use to.Some helpful info from a Wellness Research company advised me on ways to optimize my immune system.
I think I may have nasal drip problem, and I know allergies are falls in the autoimmune categors. Medical expert Dr. Jimmy Gutman refers to autoimmune health issues are really as a UNBALANCE immune system.
This has really helped me with my health issues, I feel much better and happy to say a lot healthier.View Thread
Hello fellow mucus suffer. I understand where you are coming from. I recently had a situation where I tried my best to clear by throat of the mucus but to no avail, I drunk plentyof hot liquid hoping to soften the mucus, it really helped and gave me a little relief. I am not taking any medication by choice, My research tells me that excessive mucus can be sign of compromised immune system. I am presently trying something natural that my brother turned be on to because he suffers from serious Bronchitis condition, Well I will keep you updated on how it is working for me.View Thread
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