Phlegm That Never Goes Away?
phlegm has not been lost for months, why huh?
Hello Ridho Ade Putra, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Some of the causes of your complaint include:
Allergic rhinitis Sinusitus Bronchitis Tuberculosis infection Other upper respiratory tract infections The sputum actually functions to keep the airways moist, preventing dirt or germs from entering the respiratory tract. Excessive phlegm can be caused by infection, inflammation, or allergic reactions in the respiratory tract. Excessive phlegm can be removed through coughing, nose or swallowed into the digestive tract.
Doctors need additional information about the color of sputum that comes out, whether there is accompanied by a bloody cough, whether there is weight loss or night sweats, whether you have a history of allergies to you or your family, whether you often experience colds or sneezing, especially in the morning. It is better if you can find out the cause of the disease, you can consult directly with a general practitioner or specialist in internal medicine, because to determine the exact cause of your complaint, more complete information is needed, physical examination of the lungs or nose directly, to supporting examinations such as chest X-rays, examinations phlegm or allergic examination.
Some things you can do to help your complaint:
Enough sleep or rest Consumption of nutritious foods to maintain endurance Drink enough water about 2 liters every day Routine exercise Avoid smoking habits If there are allergies, you are advised to find out and avoid the causes of allergies You can also use a mask to avoid substances trigger allergies Hopefully this information can be useful for you