loss of voice no pain

 

If you notice changes in your voice that are not accompanied by pain, if your friends say that your voice is croaking when you speak, if you have a violent voice and do not feel pain, we recommend that you read more about loss of voice no pain is spoken.

In the following we will tell you more about “loss of voice no pain”

From the beginning, we say to take seriously the hoarseness and violence of the voice that has recently developed, and if the voice violence continues and the condition worsens or the larynx loses its ability to produce sound, you should be examined by a specialist doctor.

Although many of the causes of painless voice changes will not be serious, you yourself cannot differentiate between serious and non-serious.

 

Human larynx and sound production

Types of laryngitis

Laryngitis and its symptoms

Causes of laryngitis

Can it be said that every change in voice and every sound violence is caused by laryngitis?

When should we see a doctor?

Symptoms of laryngeal tumor

Prevention of laryngeal injury

 

 

Human larynx and sound production

The larynx should be considered part of the upper respiratory tract.

The larynx is an organ located at the junction of the throat and the beginning of the trachea. It is an organ that consists of a set of very fine cartilage and muscles.

The basic contractions of these muscles and the movements of the cartilage are the ones that vibrate the vocal cords of the larynx. In fact, sounds are created by the vibration of these vocal cords.

Obviously, we have experienced hoarseness throughout our lives. We have often experienced laryngitis following simple colds that have had a transient effect on our voice.

Doctors call the larynx in medical terms and laryngeal inflammation is laryngitis.

Inflammation of the larynx, for whatever reason, is associated with swelling of the vocal cords and impaired vibration.

 

Increased thickness of the vocal cords in laryngitis occurs due to inflammation and will change the sound resulting from the vibration of the vocal cords

 

Yes, the cause of your laryngitis and change in your voice may be a simple viral infection and a common cold, but there are other causes of inflammation of larynx or laryngitis that can sometimes be very dangerous. In some cases, the change in voice and sometimes the inability to produce sounds from the larynx is painless.

 

The most common laryngeal disorder is inflammation of larynx or laryngitis

In the larynx, in addition to the cartilage, there are very delicate muscles and two fibers called the vocal cord.

The laryngeal cartilages also play a role in protecting the vocal cords.

It is located on the mucous fibers of the mucosa, which gives flexibility to these fibers and softens their surface to make movements easier.

It is said that it is the mucosa that allows people to produce different sounds.

Inflammation of the larynx means that this mucosa is inflamed and on examination of the larynx with a laryngoscope, swelling and redness of the fibers and their surroundings can be seen.

Laryngitis is associated with decreased sound production capacity of the larynx and voice change and sometimes complete loss of sound production power.

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Types of laryngitis

  • Acute laryngitis:

It starts suddenly and usually resolves on its own.

The causes are:

  • Infections:

Often the main cause is viruses

But bacteria can also cause infectious laryngitis.

 

  • Inhalation of harmful toxins and pollutants:

 

  • Chronic laryngitis:

If laryngitis lasts more than three weeks, it is called chronic laryngitis

These types of laryngitis are caused by prolonged and persistent injuries

For example, following chronic gastric reflux

By contacting the acidic juice of the stomach, the mucous membranes on the vocal cords become inflamed and swollen, and also it makes a sound change that does not hurt.

 

Or, for example, chronic laryngitis in a smoker who has been smoking for years and the toxic smoke of cigarettes inflames the vocal cords.

Both the causes of painless chronic laryngitis are numerous and the treatment of chronic laryngitis will be longer.

 

Laryngitis and its symptoms

Inflammation of the larynx is called laryngitis, which, following inflammation of the vocal cords, becomes swollen and irritated. Symptoms of laryngitis include:

  • Hoarseness
  • Complete loss of the ability to produce sounds from the larynx
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Need to clear the throat frequently
  • Dry throat
  • Fever
  • Accumulation of nasal discharge
  • Swelling and redness of the larynx during examination by a physician

 

Causes of laryngitis

Causes of laryngitis that are accompanied by a decrease in the ability to produce sounds from the larynx or a lack of ability to produce sound are:

 

  1. Causes of acute damage to the vocal cords:
  • Infections:
  • Cold viruses
  • Bacteria, fungi
  • Excessive use of the larynx
  • In singers
  • Teachers
  • Or following screaming and improper use of the larynx
  • Direct laryngeal injury;
  • Following surgery
  • Or following the placement of a breathing tube
  • Allergies:
  • Inhalation of toxins
  • smoking
  • air pollution
  • Working in environments rich in toxins
  • Thermal damage
  • Consume hot liquids
  • Inhalation of hot steam

In these cases, the sound changes and the loss of sound is sudden and generally the lack of sound in these cases will hurt.

 

  1. Causes of chronic laryngitis:
  • Repeated trauma to the vocal cords:
  • Due to repeated use of vocal cords
  • In readers and teachers
  • Following gastric acid reflux into the esophagus
  • Laryngopharyngeal reflux or PLR

It is usually painless to change the sound and make the sound violent

  • Chronic inhalation of inhaled toxins or ambient air pollution
  • Chronic sinusitis
  • Consumers of alcoholic beverages
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Wegener
  • Sarcoidosis

 

Can it be said that every change in voice and every sound violence is caused by laryngitis?

no.

Violence, voice change or loss of voice should not always be attributed to laryngitis. There are many serious and sometimes life-threatening causes associated with hoarseness, and loss of ability to produce sounds from the larynx, such as:

  • Nodules and tissue nodules on the vocal cords
  • Laryngeal cyst
  • Laryngeal polyp
  • Paralysis of the vocal cords
  • Laryngeal and pharyngeal muscle spasm
  • Laryngeal cancer and tumors

If you have laryngitis and cannot link it to an infection, cold or exposure to inhaled pollutants, and you have not recently overused your vocal cords and it is now seven to ten days since your voice changes and you have not gotten better and even lost your voice, you should see a doctor as soon as possible.

 

When should we see a doctor?

Go to the emergency room if you notice one or more of the following symptoms without wasting time:

  • Bloody coughs
  • Shortness of breath
  • Respiratory rhythm disorders
  • Difficult breathing
  • Increasing pain
  • Fever rising to 5/39 degrees Celsius
  • Swallowing problem
  • Painful swallowing
  • wheezing
  • Saliva flows from the side of the mouth
  • in infants and toddler reluctance to breastfeed or eat

 

Symptoms of laryngeal tumor

We said that laryngeal tumors can also be the cause of loss of sound production capacity.

The main symptoms of laryngeal tumor will be as follows:

  • Violence of voice and changing the tone of a person's voice as a harsh and annoying voice
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Prolonged cough
  • Existence of sore throat or recurrent hearing loss
  • Existence of a lump or swelling in the neck
  • Shortness of breath
  • The breathing of these people is harsh and the frequency of their breathing sound is high
  • Fatigue
  • Weakness
  • Severe weight loss

 

Prevention of laryngeal injury

To have a healthy larynx, pay attention to the following points:

  • Do not smoke, any tobacco use is associated with an increased risk of laryngeal tumor, even chewing tobacco.
  • Eat a healthy, balanced diet rich in antioxidants
  • Do not drink too much alcohol
  • Do not expose to polluted air and inhaled toxins such as coal, asbestos and dust.
  • If you have gastric acid reflux into the esophagus, be sure to treat it.
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