The Habit Of Expelling Phlegm Every Morning?
good evening, i erleine, i want to ask I have a colleague who has the habit of expelling phlegm in the workspace. my colleague’s habit happens every day and doesn’t heal. Is my colleague’s habit caused by a contagious virus or not? Actually, the habit makes the whole room feel uncomfortable and uncomfortable. actually, what illness did my colleague suffer?
Good evening Erleine, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Phlegm is basically a component that normally exists in our body. Every day and every time, we produce phlegm or mucus in the respiratory tract. Because the function of sputum is to trap bacteria, viruses, dust or other pollution particles that are not supposed to exist in the respiratory system. Once trapped, foreign objects are easier to remove from the body. So that no matter how many times someone expels phlegm, phlegm will not run out of his body.
So to answer your question, the conditions they experience can be illness and can also not be a disease. If it is not a disease, then the habit of expelling phlegm can be because he is indeed a smoker, or often inhale pollution for example on his way to work. Another possibility, this could also be because he often consumes sugar, or this is his habit, so that even though there was no disease, he still took it out. Maybe not in the form of phlegm, but spit.
If the disease, it can be a viral infection, bacterial infection, immune system disorders and so forth. Our advice, tell him that his friends are uncomfortable with his habits, and recommend that he consult him to a general practitioner or lung doctor to get further treatment. In addition, you can also encourage her to consume warm water, ginger, honey and lemon, take a bath or warm bath, and do swimming exercises. So, hopefully answering your question.