Dry cough

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Dry cough

by m3loma » Thu Sep 24, 2020 12:11 pm

Dry cough
A cough is an involuntary act that removes mucus and irritants from the airways. There are also two types of dry cough that do not produce phlegm, and a non-dry cough results in mucus and phlegm. Treatment of dry cough, through an information site.
Causes of dry cough

Viral infection

When you are infected with any type of virus that causes influenza, the symptoms associated with the flu, such as a dry cough, are short-lived and last for a week, so the cough will last for a short time and end.

But in the event that the cough caused by the common cold is dry, it will last for two months, due to the irritation of the airway, which is caused by a viral disease.


Asthma is a condition in which the airways swell. Coughing is also a common symptom of asthma, and it is usually dry or not dry. Other symptoms of asthma are shortness of breath, chest pain, coughing, and wheezing attacks.

Postnasal drip

When you suffer from seasonal allergies, the membranes in the nose work to secrete a large amount of mucus, so this mucus is liquid, and it breaks down the throat, causing a tickle at the back of the throat, and thus a dry cough.


GERD is caused by the flow of stomach acid into the esophagus, which connects the mouth to the stomach, leading to stomach irritation and, in turn, a dry cough.
Symptoms of dry cough

There are symptoms associated with a dry cough, and these symptoms may include the following:

Treatment of dry cough

Coughing with blood coming out, but this usually happens in rare cases.
Congestion with runny nose.
Hoarseness due to coughing.
Difficulty sleeping due to shortness of breath caused by coughing.
Cough with wheezing.
Sore throat with difficulty swallowing.
Runny nose.

Treatment of dry cough

Gargle with water and salt

Salt helps get rid of phlegm from coughing, thus opening the air passages, and it can be used in the following way:

Add a teaspoon of water to a cup of water, and dissolve the salt well.
Gargle with this solution two or three times daily.


Honey is considered a natural remedy for cough, as it helps the salivary glands to secrete saliva, which relieves a dry cough, in addition to that, honey is strong anti-inflammatory and can be used to treat dry cough in the following way.

Mix honey with a spoonful of lemon juice.
Drink this drink three times a day, preferably in the morning.

Note, do not give this mixture to a child under a year old.


Ginger helps to boost the immune system, as well as it is a powerful expectorant of phlegm, which opens the airways and thus eliminates dry cough, and it can be used in the following way.

Chop fresh ginger into slices, then add it to a cup of boiling water.
Leave this mixture for five minutes.
Eat this mixture three times daily, preferably in the morning.

Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a powerful and effective throat cleanser, and to get effective results, you can use it in the following way.

Get a glass of water.
Add two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and one tablespoon of honey to a cup of water.
Drink this drink twice daily to get effective results.


Licorice helps soothe a cough, and it is an effective remedy for sore throats besides being a strong anti-inflammatory. Licorice can be used in the following way.

In a cup of boiling water, add two tablespoons of licorice, then leave the mixture for 10 minutes.
Eat this mixture twice a day to help get rid of a dry cough.

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