Globus pharyngeus is the medical term used for the problem when you feel there is a lump in your throat when in reality there is no lump. Globus sensation can be a painful experience which occurs to many people, it is said that around one out of 10 people suffer from it.
[junkie-alert style=”green”] The exact reason from Globus Sensation is not known but some research indicates that it is due to the muscles which help us in swallowing. [/junkie-alert]
When people with globus sensation eat food, or swallow any hard thing they don’t feel any pain, but sometimes when they swallow their saliva they feel a lump.
It is also said that acids from stomach also contributes to the problem, which disturbs the relaxation of muscles which results in feeling a lump.
There is no direct treatment for this problem rather different doctor try different methods from physiotherapy to acid suppressing medicines.