What cough do I have? Signs of dry, chesty, tickly and mucus coughs - and how to treat it

What cough do I have? Signs of dry, chesty, tickly and mucus coughs - and how to treat it
 

Coughs are usually caused by a cold or flu infection, according to the NHS.
They could also be caused by smoking, heartburn, or some respiratory health conditions.
There’s normally no reason to see a GP, and the cough clears within three weeks.
But, with so many different types of cough, each with different treatments, it’s best to know what type of condition you have.
Dry cough A persistent dry cough can be painful and intense.
It may even cause patients to avoid coughing, because they’re afraid of the pain that follows.
“A dry cough can be felt in your throat rather than in the chest, as... read more

 
28 February 2018 in Health, Views: 37
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