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Tonsillitis—Inflammation of the tonsils. tonsils—Two large blobs of tissue near the back of the throat. trachea—The air pipe; a tube with muscular walls that leads from the throat to the lungs. uvula—A flap of tissue that hangs down from the roof of the mouth at the entrance to the throat. vocal cords—Two small folds of tissue that stretch across the larynx; air passing through the larynx makes them vibrate and produce sounds. white blood cell—A cell that fights invading germs and other foreign substances.
That’s why most people catch between 50 and 200 colds in their lifetime. Your immune system works hard to protect you against invading disease germs, but it also causes some of the things that make you feel so miserable. Your body temperature rises, giving you a fever. The walls of the tiny blood vessels in your skin and throat lining get leaky. Fluid seeps out of the cells, and the area becomes red and swollen, or inflamed. When the lining of your nose swells, you have trouble breathing. Some of the fluid dribbles out, giving you a runny nose.
In winter, the air inside most homes gets dry. Breathing all that dry air can dry your throat and make it a bit sore. Breathing through your mouth, which you may do if your nose is stuffed up by a cold or an allergy, can also make your throat dry and sore. com Too much yelling and screaming can really make your throat dry. All these things can give you a sore throat, but actually most sore throats are caused by an illness. When you get sick, your body is being attacked by germs. These germs are trying to get into your body’s cells, where they can get free food and shelter.
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