Acute Cough: Is normally associated with respiratory tract infections, whether of viral origin (common cold or flu) or bacteria (bacterial sinusitis, whooping cough). Unless serious exceptions (cough associated with pneumonia, pulmonary embolism or congestive heart failure), usually benign and self-limiting, so that theoretically would not need medical attention.
Chronic cough: That which
is maintained continuously for longer periods than 2 or 3 weeks. Although it may be due to many different diseases (infiltrative tumors, tuberculosis, lung abscesses, antihypertensive therapy with inhibitors of angiotensin converting enzyme or ACE inhibitors, etc.), the three most common causes of chronic cough include obstructive pulmonary disease (asthma and , especially chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD); GERD and other disorders of the upper digestive system; processes and chronic rhinitis and sinusitis. Obviously, the best solution for this type of cough is to eliminate or avoid illness or underlying cause of it.
Dry cough: That which is not associated with the removal of the mucosal content of the respi-ratory tract, sputum or phlegm. It is extremely irritating and should try to delete or converted into productive cough.
Productive cough: Will associated with the removal of abundant mucus and sputum, usually being associated with infections of the airways. Effectively drain excess mucus associated with infection is positive for the favorable development of it, so it would not Supri-mir this type of cough.
Sardian ate hi aksar logoon ko khansi ki shiqaait ho jati hai. aur baz dafa tou raat ko sona bi mushkil ho jata hai. Khasi ke for ilaj ke lie chand asan nuskhe darj han. Balghami Khansi Ka Ilaj Phlegm Cough
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