Epipharyngeal Abrasive Therapy (EAT) is a Japanese treatment for chronic inflammation that involves rubbing the upper throat with a chemical-soaked cotton swab. EAT is gaining attention for its potential efficacy against long COVID and has been mentioned in the scientific journal Nature. Doctors are also using it on conditions with unknown causes after noticing inflammation in many patients' throats. Our report provides the latest information on EAT.
An epipharynx with chronic inflammation
EAT greatly decreases inflammatory substances
This patient's health recovered after nearly a year of EAT
This announcer's voice problems improved after EAT