it is not always easy to prevent cancer, you can, however, reduce your risk of laryngeal cancer. To prevent the
occurrence of any cancer including cancer of the larynx, it is important to live a healthy lifestyle, and live
in a healthy environment. Your lifestyle and even your environment (including workplace) may be open doors to
many cancers, including laryngeal cancer.
Several factors can cause
the formation of cancerous cells in your body. In the case of laryngeal cancer, tobacco is the main cause.
Eliminating smoking is significantly reducing your risk of becoming a laryngeal cancer victim.
Some risk factors such as
age, sex and genetic are impossible to change; some factors, however, can be prevented. If you want to prevent
cancer of the larynx and many other cancers, you need to:
tobacco smoke, including second hand smoke
- do not
expose yourself to harmful chemical
- treat gastroesophageal
reflux disease (GERD) completely
- do not
the vocal cords
- adopt a
healthy diet: a diet containing 5 to 10 servings of fruits and vegetables a day may help prevent occurrence
a healthy weight;
your alcohol intake
your exposure to toxic chemicals
your exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation
your doctor or dentist of any change that indicates the presence of cancer.