Cough Accompanied By Itching In The Throat That Is Prolonged And Never Healed?
Hello, I was convicted of bronchitis and atsma when I checked into a clinic along with the results of lung X-rays, so I never felt like an atrophic asthma … The cough that I experienced felt very severe because the frequency of coughing was often caused by itchy throat. Because too often until my chest and head hurt, I coughed again if I breathed in any smoke while the cough was taking place. It also takes a long time to heal every time I get a cough. About the most effective medicine to relieve cough due to itchy throat, which effects relieve itching and cough? Because I use a windblock that can only relieve itching and coughing with a very short duration.
Thank you for the question.
Coughing and itching in the throat that does not go away, causing chest and head pain, indeed one of them can be caused by bronchitis and asthma. However, not only that, these complaints can also arise due to other triggers, such as pharyngitis, tonsillitis, rhinosinusitis, pneumonia, pulmonary tuberculosis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, allergies, aspiration of foreign bodies, dry throat, and so on. Not always these conditions must be treated with medication. If you have previously been treated with bronchitis and asthma, and your doctor has stated that you are cured, then your current condition is not always dangerous. But indeed, people with asthma often cannot recover completely. Asthma treatments available today are new in nature to relieve attacks, while preventing recurrence from happening too often. If the originator of your asthma is not avoided, and your lifestyle is not changed, then asthma can continue to appear repeatedly, and cause your complaints do not improve.
Regarding your condition, we recommend that you consult your doctor or doctor of internal medicine. Not only X-rays, doctors can also do other supporting examinations, such as sputum tests, blood tests, pulmonary function tests, and so on in order to establish the diagnosis of the cause of your complaints correctly, then give him the best treatment.
At this time, what needs to be done is:
Limit excessive shouting first Do not use fans or air conditioners that are too cold Use air humidifiers to maintain air humidity in the environment where you live Use masks, especially when outdoors activities that are polluted Stay away from airway allergens, such as cold, dust mites, powders juice, etc. Drink and eat warm, rich in vitamin C. Don't consume cold foods and drinks, artificial sweets, and excessive oil. Regularly exercise and rest so that the body's immune system remains excellent. Don't smoke, stay away from the smoke.