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Cough is produced due to irritation of the respiratory passages. It is a continuous process of clearing the airways from any obstruction. Cough may be associated with any respiratory infection. Cough is a common symptom associated with almost all respiratory diseases.

Nature of cough may be different in different respiratory disease. Cough is not a disease. It is only a general symptom related to any respiratory infection. Though sometimes coughing may embarrass you but if you are experiencing regular coughing bouts, you should consult your physician.
Causes of Cough

  • Cough may be of two types: acute and chronic. Acute cough refers to the cough which is present for not more than 3 weeks. But if your cough persists for more than 3 weeks it is termed as chronic cough.
  • Different causes are responsible for acute as well as chronic cough.
  • Acute cough may be produced due to upper respiratory infections such as sinusitis, rhinitis, common cold, whooping cough etc.
  • Chronic cough may be produced as a result of long standing respiratory problem such as asthma, bronchitis, tuberculosis, emphysema, continuous exposure to allergens.
  • Cigarette smoking is the most common cause of cough. Chain smoking may inflame the lining of the mucous membranes of the lungs and leads to bronchitis.
  • Environmental pollution is another cause that causes irritation of the respiratory passages and cause coughing.
  • Cough is a common complaint with respiratory infections such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, whooping cough etc.
  • Gastro esophageal reflux disease (GERD) is another cause for cough. Regurgitation of food causes irritation of the larynx and produce bouts of cough.
Signs and Symptoms associated with cough
Though cough itself is a common symptoms associated with respiratory complaints. But other signs and symptoms accompanied with cough are running nose, headache, and pain in the chest, difficulty in swallowing, difficulty in speaking, and hoarseness of voice.

If you also have fever with cough, it points toward a respiratory infection. Continuous spell of coughing can also cause vomiting.If cough is present due to tuberculosis, patient spits out blood in the phlegm. Blood can also be seen in cough due to lung cancer.Asthmatic cough is associated with a wheezing sound.

There is difficulty in breathing due to accumulation of mucus in the respiratory passages. Cough due to GERD is associated with heart burn. Patient may feel burning of the chest along with coughing.
Natural treatment for Cough

There are many remedies and syrups available in the market to get relief from cough. These may give you temporary relief.

Permanent relief from cough can be obtained by taking herbal remedies. Effective herbal products are available to get rid of chronic cough without producing any side effects. Tulsi tea is very effective in getting rid of chronic cough naturally. Drink tulsi tea two times in a day to get rid of cough.

Ginger tea is also an effective home remedy for relieving the air passages and to get rid of cough.Give hot water steam to the respiratory passages to liquefy the mucus and easy removal of it from the respiratory passages.

Avoid exposure to environmental allergens to protect your respiratory lining from infection.
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