What is Cough Disease

Cough-disease is an umbrella term used to describe a range of conditions related to the presence of an abnormal and persistent cough in a patient. Cough-diseases can be caused by medical factors such as bacterial or viral infection, allergic reactions, tobacco smoke exposure, foreign body aspiration, environmental pollution, and drug abuse

Type of Cough Disease

Wet cough

A wet cough, also known as a productive or chesty cough, is a type of coughing which produces mucus from the respiratory tract. It typically occurs due to a respiratory infection such as the common cold or influenza.

Paroxysmal cough​

Paroxysmal cough is a type of coughing attack characterized by sudden, involuntary spasms that result in frequent and repeated episodes.

Croup cough

Cough is a common symptom of the common cold, which is caused by inflammation of the lining of the lower respiratory tract, leading to increased bronchial secretions.

Dry cough​

A dry cough is a type of cough that does not produce any phlegm or sputum. It often starts out as an irritating tickle at the back of the throat which causes a person to hack or clear their throat in order to try and alleviate the sensation.​​

Symptoms Of Cough Disease

Runny or stuffy
In rare cases, coughing up blood
Wheezing and shortness of breath

Follow this treatment for cold problem, watch the video for more details.

Diet for Cough Disease

Hot Tea
Pomegranate juice

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