Dysphagia: Meaning, Diagnosis and Overview

Oropharyngeal dysphagia (or high dysphagia). In this type the problem arises in the mouth and/or throat. This is a neurological disorder and is the more difficult type. Oesophageal dysphagia (or low dysphagia). In this case, the problem lies in the oesophagus. In many cases, this is caused by a blockage, restriction or irritation. Minor cases of this type of dysphagia can be easily treated.

Dysphagia: Treatment, Diet and Home Remedies

Dysphagia Treatment Using Home Remedies, Yoga, And Diet – Foods which can be allowed during dysphagia include soft cooked vegetables, soft and canned fruits, bread, hot cereal, ready-to-eat cereal soaked in milk, canned fruit, soft cooked vegetables, juice, scrambled eggs, ground meat, cooked beans, cooked peas, cottage cheese, yogurt, custards, puddings, cream soups, cookies without nuts and noodles.
, Avoid tough meats, nuts, seeds, sticky breads, tough chewy meats and hard vegetables

Glossitis: Symptom and Causes

Glossitis Symptoms – Swelling of the tongue, Smooth appearance of the tongue, Tongue color changes (usually dark "beefy" red). Glossitis Causes – Bacterial or viral infections (including oral herpes simplex), Mechanical irritation or injury from burns, rough edges of teeth or dental appliances, or other trauma, Exposure to irritants such as tobacco, alcohol, hot foods, or spices.