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Cough is one of the medical conditions each human being experiences at numerous instances throughout the lifetime. Cough is actually the body’s first response to the presence of any foreign particles in the respiratory tract. There are various different types of cough, which can be distinguished by their different causes. A hacking type of cough occurs when a person suffers from whooping cough, but one may also suffer from mucus producing cough or dry cough. Cough is always considered as the first and the most significant symptom of influenza strep throat, common cold, tuberculosis, pneumonia, bronchitis and various other sorts of lung disorders. Smoking and several different types of allergies may be associated with cough as well. Cough may also be triggered by acid reflux in some rare cases. It is very hard to treat and it can be transmitted very easily.
Quick Remedies
The fastest way to get rid of persistent cough is to take various different sorts of medicaments which are specifically designed for such purposes. These medicaments usually come in the form of drops or syrups and most of them can be purchased over the counter in most well equipped pharmacies. There are only a small number of them which require a prescription in order to be purchased. Minor cases of cold should be treated with sprays and syrups, while strong medications should be avoided.
Natural Remedies
Cough can be treated at home by using a wide array of natural remedies which are very effective and easily available in most cases. Hot tea and hot chicken soup are among the oldest and the most popular natural remedies for persistent cough. If one opts for tea, some chopped ginger may also be added for even better results. Hot soup and hot tea need to be taken twice per day in order to get rid of the annoying cough. Lemon and honey are also very potent natural remedies because they have very strong antiseptic and antibacterial properties. They can be mixed in a glass of lukewarm water. Another potent natural remedy includes half a teaspoon of turmeric powder in a glass of hot milk. Gargling with salt water is another potent remedy and also one of the oldest ones known to man. One may also mix in some onion juice with honey in order to prepare a very potent mixture. Drinking plenty of water and resting as much as possible is also highly recommended.

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