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