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chronic cough Your cough doesn't go may be because of these 8 reasons

Cough can be annoying. But it has health benefits. Coughing occurs because the body tries to expel foreign matter such as phlegm, germs, from the respiratory tract. It may cause a nuisance to us. Let's see that What are the causes that can cause chronic cough?

8 reasons that can cause chronic cough

stress, especially accumulated stress or chronic stress Can make your cough disappear slowly, so when sick or coughing You shouldn't be working too hard. And should get plenty of sleep, at least 8 hours a day to avoid worsening symptoms. and allow the body to recover faster

not drinking enough water
If you are sick and cough Drink plenty of water, especially warm water. to keep the body and respiratory tract moist Helps the mucus and mucus in the respiratory tract become less viscous until it is excreted from the body. including refraining from drinking alcohol or caffeinated beverages because it will cause the body to dehydrate more than before

The respiratory tract irritates to a chronic cough.
Most coughs are the result of viral infections such as pneumonia, bronchitis, and flu, where the virus can make the airways swell and irritate more easily. So you can cough continuously for several weeks. up to a chronic cough even if all other symptoms of the disease have disappeared

health problems
Chronic cough can be caused by diseases such as

- chronic bronchitis
- Allergy
- Asthma
- gastroesophageal reflux disease
- chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- obstructive sleep apnea
- Cystic Fibrosis
- bronchial aneurysm (Bronchiectasis)

The air is too dry or humid, causing a persistent cough.
Dry air, especially in winter Or being too humid can also cause you to have a persistent cough. That's because humidity triggers asthma. It makes allergens such as dust mites and molds grow better.

bacterial infection
after the flu Your airways will still be irritated. This makes it easier for bacteria to invade. Bacteria are the common causes of nasal infections. Bronchitis, pneumonia, if you have a chronic cough with fever and body aches. It could be a sign that you have a bacterial infection. should hurry to see the doctor Because you may need antibiotics.

Overuse of nasal decongestants.
Nasal vasodilators Over-the-counter or over-the-counter decongestants may help you clear your stuffy nose. But if you use this drug for more than 3 days in a row, it may cause a Rebound effect, that is, back to the same symptoms. but more than before Makes you more stuffy nose than before That's because the spray will cause the lining of the nose to swell. thus causing congestion, phlegm flowing down the throat and chronic cough.

take blood pressure medication
If you have high blood pressure and need to take blood pressure medication This may also be the reason why your chronic cough won't go away. Studies have shown that 1 in 5 patients taking blood pressure medications in the United States will experience side effects. chronic cough, dry cough. Do not stop the medication on your own. But you should consult your doctor immediately so that the doctor can change it to a suitable drug for you.

When should you see your doctor?

- Adults who cough for more than 8 weeks or children who cough for more than 4 weeks.
- coughing up blood
- shortness of breath
- weight loss
- A lot of phlegm
- have a fever

Chronic cough, be careful! These problems will follow.
If you neglect Identify the cause and cure your chronic cough. or your persistent cough can interfere with everyday activities such as talking, singing, exercising, and causing a host of health problems, for example:

- Waking up in the middle of the night so often that you don't get enough rest
- makes it difficult to breathe
- have nausea or dizziness
- vomiting
- urinary incontinence

In addition to the above problems that may occur You may cough heavily and will not stop coughing until you pass out. Or broken ribs, so it's best to consult a doctor. to be protected or promptly treated

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