Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Aphonia Causes Symptoms Information With Treatment

Aphonia Causes Symptoms Information With Treatment By: Juliet Cohen

Some voice disorders are idiopathic and may occur due to stress. Vocal abuse (e.g., smoking, drinking excessive caffeine or alcohol, excessive exposure to fumes/toxins, etc.) is another potential cause of aphonia. Fear also is often a concomitant and a contributor. Therapy should first be aimed at correcting those conditions which might produce a disturbance in the centers of coordination between the three nervous systems. Then the overtaxed nerve forces of the body as a whole should be relieved, the incoordination which has been a factor in the disease process should be eliminated, and the forces of the body should be coordinated. General therapy should first be aimed at a cleansing of the system with special reference to the hepatic circulation. Osteopathic manipulations and neuropathic manipulations are both recommended, but in differing degrees. Hypersensitive nervous systems must be handled cautiously and gently. Hypnosis was mentioned but was to be used. Surgery and therapy or either one of these may be recommended. The diet should be corrected and sufficient stimulus of a medicinal nature should be added to keep the body in a normal force. Some cases that are psychological - where the body is amenable to suggestion - would benefit by suggestive therapy.

Causes of Aphonia
Common Causes and Risk factors of Aphonia

Injuries.

Poor eliminations.

Psychological factors.

Signs and Symptoms of Aphonia

Common Sign and Symptoms of Aphonia

Loss of speech.

Aphasia.

Confusion.

Treatment for Aphonia

Common Treatment of Aphonia

General therapy should first be aimed at a cleansing of the system with special reference to the hepatic circulation.

Osteopathic manipulations and neuropathic manipulations are both recommended, but in differing degrees.

Hypersensitive nervous systems must be handled cautiously and gently.

Hypnosis was mentioned but was to be used.

Surgery and therapy or either one of these may be recommended. Therapy is usually brief.

Diet should be corrected and sufficient stimulus.

Some cases that are psychological - where the body is amenable to suggestion - would benefit by suggestive therapy.

By: Juliet Cohen

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