Chronic Cough Treatment

Most of the time, something irritating the airways will cause the muscles in the chest and stomach to contract, resulting in chronic cough. Air rushes out as a result of the irritation prompting the glottis that covers the airways to open up quickly.

Constant Cough

Do you have constant cough problem? A constant cough might be “wet” or “dry.” A dry cough usually doesn’t cause the production of mucus. People who use inhibitors and smokers may experience dry coughing. When you cough, you could also create mucus or sputum. This is the case when a person has cystic fibrosis or postnasal drip.

Constant Cough

Persistent Cough With Phlegm

Are you facing persistent cough with phlegm? It requires a doctor’s further examination because it may interfere with a person’s daily activities. Other signs that a person should visit the doctor along with chronic cough includes appetite decline, mucus-producing coughing exhaustion, night sweats, and unexplained weight loss. Visit CHI International Medical Clinic to know the causes, symptoms and treatments of persistent cough with phlegm.

Persistent Cough with Phlegm