Vocal Cord Paralysis


The vocal cord is a band of muscle tissue fold located the larynx, the function of the vocal cord is to produce a voice or sound, protect the airways from getting choked by food particles, and regulate the flow in the lungs. Vocal cord paralysis is a condition where one or both of the vocal cords are unable to move. When the nerves controlling the vocal cords are damaged or impaired, it can lead to paralysis.


Causes of vocal cord paralysis


The cause of vocal cord paralysis is the any injury to the vocal cord, tumors sudden viral infection and thyroid surgery and sometimes cancer in rare cases:


Symptoms of vocal cord paralysis


  1. Hoarseness or raspy voice: Due to the inability of the vocal cords to come together properly.
  2. Breathy voice: Air leaks through the paralyzed vocal cord, resulting in a breathy or weak voice.
  3. Difficulty swallowing: As the vocal cords are also involved in the closing of the airway during swallowing, individuals with vocal cord paralysis may experience difficulty in swallowing.
  4. Choking or coughing: Due to the compromised ability to protect the airway during swallowing.
  5. Noisy breathing: Stridor, a high-pitched or noisy sound during inhalation, may occur.

As for homeopathic remedies, it’s important to note that homeopathy is a holistic approach to healing, and the selection of a remedy is based on an individual’s unique set of symptoms, emotional state, and overall health. It is always recommended to consult with a qualified homeopath for a personalized assessment.

Here are  homeopathic remedies that may be well-thought-out for vocal cord paralysis:

  1. Causticum: This remedy is often indicated for paralysis with weakness, stiffness, and contractures. It may be helpful when there is difficulty swallowing liquids and a hoarse, weak voice.
  2. Arnica Montana: Arnica is known for its ability to promote healing and reduce inflammation. It may be considered if the paralysis is a result of trauma or injury.
  3. Gelsemium: This remedy is often associated with weakness, trembling, and a sensation of heaviness. It may be considered when there is a lack of muscle coordination, including the muscles of the larynx.
  4. Belladonna: Belladonna may be considered when there is a sudden onset of symptoms, such as a high fever and inflammation. It is also associated with dryness of the mucous membranes.
  5. Cocculus indicus: This remedy may be considered when there is weakness, exhaustion, and a sensation of being lightheaded. It is often used for individuals who may be emotionally stressed.

It’s important to reiterate that these remedies are general suggestions, and the effectiveness of homeopathic treatment depends on an individual’s specific symptoms and constitution. Consultation with a qualified homeopathic practitioner.


Scope of Homeopathy

Homeopathy gives remarkable results in mild-to-severe cases, of Vocal cord paralysis. In worst conditions of Vocal cord paralysis and progressive mental and physical conditions, homeopathy helps to manage the symptoms. Homeopathy medicine to with vocal cord paralysis.



In conclusion, HOMEO Care Clinic offers a holistic approach to treating Vocal cord paralysis. These medicine mentioned above the can treat the underlying cause of the condition and offers relief from the symptom. However, it is important to consult a qualified homeopathic practitioner for the correct dosages and duration of treatment. Dr Vaseem Chaudhary HOMEO Care Clinic provides comprehensive treatment.