Is anyone else suffering from an allergic reaction to either the electronic pollution or a substance in phones? Most people who have this allergic reaction get rashes. I gradually get hoarse and cough whenever I talk on the phone.
Experiencing hoarseness and cough when talking on the phone, as a result of an allergic reaction, must be extremely rare, if it occurs at all. A much more likely cause is the unconscious modification of vocal cord use when talking on the phone; that is, in a fashion associated with increased tension/stress on the cords, leading to hoarseness and cough. I recommend that you consult with a speech pathologist to see if speech therapy might resolve your problem.
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