taking honey and lemon together can sooth a throat. I've also used a throat coat tea before (usually in the organic/natural isle of the food store). That you could keep in the office. There are always lozenges and sucking candy!
Gargle with vinegar. Swirl it around in your mouth, tilt your head back and get as much into the back of your throat as possible and gargle it. This will take care of any germs you may have. Be careful not to breathe it in or choke on it.
I agree with the idea of gargling salt water. Additionally, whenever I feel the very beginnings of a sore throat (just that first tickle in my throat) I take a couple of vitamin C supplements that day and in the days following. It helps a lot to ward it off.
Gargling with warm water, taking halls, enough vitamins, vicks vaporub to rub against your throat/neck area, vit C, breathing exercises, staying away from people who have cough/cold :-), using handsanitizer to get rid of germs, taking nutritious food/fruit, enough water etc. may help..
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