Recommendations for selecting products by severity level
Light – moderate Polyps – TMRG TPV Standard + 3
Moderate to severe Polyps– TMRG TPV Standard + 3 + 5
All you need to know about Vocal chords polyps
Vocal cords polyps
Vocal cords polyps are benign unilateral lesion, growing on one side of the vocal cords’ mucosa.
Main symptoms of vocal cord polyps:
- Screechy voice;
- Vocal quality change;
- Vocal fatigue;
- Great vocal effort is required.
- Excessive phlegm on vocal cords;
- Feeling of a lump your throat
Main causes of polyps:
- A damage to blood vessels.
- A sudden trauma due to intense vocal effort, such as a loud cry, loud and long (sometimes too quick) speech, intense cough, vomiting, strong sneeze, and so on. In short, the most common cause of vocal cords’ polyps is a sudden vocal load.
- Incorrect and unhealthy singing technique, such that puts your vocal cords under pressure their cannot endure;
- An intense vocal effort without a vocal warm-up, sufficient rest, drinking, etc., which eventually damages the vocal cords.
- It may get worse due to acidity reflux and certain medication with dehydrating effects.
How to detect polyps in your throat?
Detecting a polyp takes an endoscopy by an ENT doctor. Endoscopy is the insertion of an optic fiber, attached to a tiny camera, through the nose or mouth.
Vocal cords polyp treatment
Previously, patients were offered to undergo a surgery since it takes a polyp much longer to heal than vocal nodules. Sometimes, it wouldn’t heal at all. But we are happy to report that TMRG have achieved amazing results in vocal system healing and recovery, thanks to TPV device.
The best remedy is a combination of regular exercising with the device, to release and strengthen all your voice box muscles, and TMRG’s natural solutions, to support your vocal system and disinfect your voice box.
An essential element of the treatment is the unique way of Active Inhalation through the device. This will effectively release all your voice box muscles. The result will be a safe and effective vocal recovery.
Active inhalation also releases your false vocal folds. These are thick muscles situated right on top of your vocal cords, and are essential for your survival. Their function is to seal your vocal cords tightly while you eat and drink, to keep your food and drink out of your respiratory system. Otherwise, especially when you make a voice, they should be relaxed and not strain the vocal cords, in order not to harm them.
If you use incorrect vocal techniques, or when you suffer hoarseness or vocal difficulties, they contract and press your cords. This is one reason for pressed-sounding voice.
During hoarseness, in order to protect your vocal cords, you must release these muscles so the vocal cords don’t suffer additional load and unnecessary damage. The effective way of releasing them is Active Inhalation.
The combination of exercising with the TPV device and the application of our natural solutions, allows your vocal system to recover and resume normal activity in a reasonably short time.
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