A cough is an action the body takes to get rid of substances that are irritating to the air passages, which carry the air a person breathes in from the nose and mouth to the lungs. A cough occurs when cells along the air passages get irritated and trigger a chain of events. The result is air in the lungs is forced out under high pressure. A person can choose to cough (a voluntary process), or the body may cough on its own (an involuntary process).
Acute cough only lasts a short time, about two weeks. Chronic cough is a persistent cough that won’t go away.
The combine herbs helps in clearing the mucus and other secretions of a productive cough so that you can breathe easier. It also : –
1. Work on the nerve and muscle of respiration system.
2. Clean the whole respiration system, cure the cough and stop phlegm.
3. Release the muscle tension and adjust the pace of breath.
What Causes Acute and Chronic Coughs?
- Allergies and Asthma Can Make You Cough.
- Allergies can lead to itchy and watery eyes, postnasal drip, coughing, and other symptoms.
- Common causes of acute cough include:
- Viruses such as the common cold and influenza (flu).
- Bacterial infections.
- Whooping cough.
- Inhaled irritants (such as dust, smoke, and chemicals).
What Are the Signs and Symptoms of an Acute Cough?
Acute coughs are divided into infectious and noninfectious causes. Acute cough signs and symptoms that point to an infection include:
Sputum, or phlegm, sometimes indicates an infection is present, but it is also seen in noninfectious causes. Yellow-green mucus also may indicate and infection.
What Are the Signs and Symptoms of a Chronic (Persistent) Cough?
Signs and symptoms of a chronic or persistent cough point to noninfectious causes include;
Coughs that occur when a person is exposed to certain chemicals or irritants in the environment.
Coughs with wheezing.
Coughs that routinely worsen when a person goes to certain locations or do certain activities.
Coughs that improve with inhalers or allergy medications.
In summary, coughs can be annoying and uncomfortable but, for the most part, they will clear up on their own. However, if a cough has continued for some time or got worse, it is still important to use our medication.