Coughing With Blood In Patients With Passive Smoking?
hello I want to ask, I am in an active environment of heavy smokers, but I do not smoke, I smoke, but only rarely, sometimes 2 months or even if it’s a big gathering. Cough does not heal, but I cough not bleed and just cough sometimes just feel bad but not short of breath. and if you are tired of body heat, and why is your throat dry?
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Not only active smokers, even passive smokers are at risk to be affected as a result of helping inhale the smoke. Various studies have shown smoking can trigger a cough because it increases the risk of inflammation in the respiratory tract. In addition to exposure to cigarette smoke, a long cough, fatigue, fever (body heat), and dry throat that you experience can also occur due to infection, allergies, irritation, immune disorders, reflux (backflow) stomach acid, even malignancy. Here are some conditions that often cause complaints like you experience at the moment:
Gastroesophageal reflux disease
Others, such as lung cancer, pneumonia, tuberculosis, congestive heart failure, allergies, and so on
The question is, how long have you been coughing? How many days do you have a fever? Do you experience vomiting, weight loss, chest pain, or other severe complaints?
If the cough has lasted more than 2 weeks, accompanied by fever for more than 3 days and other more severe complaints as mentioned above, you should not let it. Check with yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that the cause of your cough can be identified and handled properly, for example by sputum examination, x-rays, and so on. For now, it's best not to take any medicine. Do the following recommendations first:
When you feel a fever, take the medicine for paracetamol
Drink plenty of warm water, warm soup food
Limit your consumption of oily, artificial sweet, cold, crunchy and berampan foods
Eat more regularly, little by little, don't be late
Stay away from cigarettes, including the smoke
Use a mask when in a smoky, polluted, dusty environment
Keep your residence clean
Stay away from substances that might make you allergic, such as dust mites, pollen, fur or animal dung
Don't talk or shout too much
Increase exercise, and rest regularly
Hope this helps ...