Influenza virus spread rapid via aerial droplets and fomites with inhalation into the pharynx or lower respiratory tract.
People more people are getting infections of the tonsils, infections of the pharynx and also lung infections.
Only that directs all that dry powder-y cinnamon down your pharynx, your larynx, down your trachea, and into your lungs.
After passing through the nasal cavity, the air next reaches the pharynx (throat). There are three divisions of the pharynx.
The esophagus is a long muscular tube extending from the pharynx to the stomach.
The digestive system is composed of 9 main organs: mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, gallbladder and pancreas.
During swallowing, the soft palate and uvula move upward to prevent food from entering the nasal cavity, the uvula also helps to guide the food into the pharynx.
Below the nasopharynx and closer to the mouth is the second division of the pharynx, the oropharynx. The palatine tonsils, two rounded massed of lymphatic tissue, are located in the oropharynx.
Since food entering from the mouth and air entering from the nose mix in the pharynx, what prevents the passing of food or drink into the larynx and respiratory system after it has been swallowed?
The stomach meridian: nasal pain, epistaxis, toothache, facial distortion, pain of the pharynx, swelling and pain of the knee as well as pain around the breast, thigh, lateral part of the leg, dorsum of foot and middle toe.