The tonsils are a pair of oval-shaped tissues located in the tonsillar fossa. Once inflamed, our body reacts with great sensitivity, causing rapid pain, difficulty eating and sleeping, and a feeling of something stuck in our throat.
There are two types of tonsillitis, one is acute tonsillitis and the other is chronic tonsillitis, often due to the occurrence of certain factors that induce the effects of chronic tonsillitis, such as pain from acute infectious diseases, including influenza and measles after the next class of diseases, the body's defenses are weakened and the disease has not fully healed and the tonsils are inflamed. As for acute tonsillitis, it tends to come and go quickly, but in severe cases, it also requires the help of medication. Otherwise, it can lead to other diseases such as fever, headache, etc.
Usually, when we have acute tonsillitis, we use medication and drips to stop the further development of the disease. Of course, this is generally true for Chinese patients with milder conditions, but since we should be aware that acute tonsils are contagious, try to avoid positive contact with them.
For some chronic tonsillitis and swelling of the thyroid gland, the above methods are obviously not very sensible, or the learning effect is not very satisfactory.