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Who is most at risk for chronic laryngitis?

Smokers and those who suffer from gastrointestinal problems are likely at highest risk for chronic laryngitis. Smoking generally irritates the lungs and throat, and one of the most recommended ways to treat chronic laryngitis and other throat conditions is to stop smoking. Gastrointestinal issues like acid reflux disease are also among the most common causes of chronic laryngitis.

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Who is most at risk for laryngitis?
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