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Herinneringen aan Rob.
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#Herinneringen aan Elly.
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Treating your dry cough with natural means
Treating a dry cough without medication is often more effective than with medication. Fortunately, nature offers us many natural tools to improve our health, including the treatment of a nasty dry cough. What is dryness and what natural remedies can you use to get rid of it quickly? What is a dry cough? Unlike a chronic cough, a dry cough does not produce annoying phlegm. Therefore, it is often called an unproductive cough. A dry cough is often the result of a cold or flu virus. It is often caused by irritation or inflammation in the back of the throat. However, a (dry) cough can also develop deep in the chest. Fortunately, such a cough is harmless. You'll be off it after a few days. That does not alter the fact that a dry best can be annoying. In doing so, both our throat and our respiratory tract are irritated, so we have to cough harder. If untreated, this dry cough can quickly plunge us into a vicious circle that needs to be broken as soon as possible. Causes of Dry Cough A dry or so-called tickle cough has multiple causes. The most important are: Jitters in our throats and our light ways. Irritation due to cigarette smoke, for example. A virus infection. Infections of our respiratory tract. Cold, flu or bronchitis. Allergies such as hay fever. The long-term use of some medicines: especially so-called ACE inhibitors against hypertension or high blood pressure, for example Treating dry cough with Honey Honey is one of the most popular home, garden and kitchen remedies for (dry) cough. Drink a few glasses of warm water every day with lemon juice and a teaspoon of unprocessed natural honey, nothing added. It is best to buy directly from the beekeeper. Honey also softens the throat. How to treat dry cough with pineapple A dry cough can also be treated with citrus fruits such as lemons, limes, oranges, kiwi and grapefruits. But did you know that pineapple in particular works wonders with a dry cough? We attribute this to the presence of bromelain, an enzyme that relieves pressure on our throat and upper respiratory tract. You can enhance the effects of pineapple on cough by adding a teaspoon of honey to self-squeezed pineapple juice. How to treat dry cough with licorice This is mainly due to the antibacterial effect of licorice root. Add licorice root to a cup of tea with freshly squeezed lemon juice. This will relieve your sore throat and dry cough. Treating dry cough with thyme The natural components of thyme relieve the unpleasant symptoms of a (dry) cough and sore throat. This herb helps relax our throat muscles and has anti-inflammatory properties. This speeds up our recovery process. Peppermint calms your throat Peppermint contains menthol provides a calming effect on our throat. Drink a cup of peppermint tea regularly or buy a high-quality peppermint at the pharmacy. Other tips for a dry cough This also helps against a dry cough: Clean your home regularly Ensure good ventilation Regularly take a warm herbal bath with mint, sage or eucalyptus, for example Conclusion Dry cough is often harmless, but treating it effectively is not easy. Still, that is necessary to prevent worse. Dry cough may be done after a few days, but just as well drag on weeks. Did you already try everything to get rid of your dry cough, and all the effort was in vain? Then be sure to look for your GP to find out any underlying cause.
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