Laryngitis is an inflammation of the larynx caused by colds or infections. The disease requires immediate treatment, since the patient's inaction can lead to the development of a chronic form or other pathologies. Acute laryngitis develops as a separate pathology or concomitant disease with influenza, measles and ARVI. In some cases, staphylococcal infections are the cause of the disease. The causative agents of the disease are fungi or bacteria. Infection occurs through physical contact with a carrier or airborne. After the transition to a chronic form, the symptoms of laryngitis weaken, and the patient gets better. At the same time, his voice is disturbed and periodically lost, which is associated with tissue damage. The disease is also accompanied by a cough and sore throat.