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1 mahine se white white cough muh me aa raha hai aur afternoon ke bad sas lene me takli ho rahi hai krupaya upay bataye dhanyawad.

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Hello User, Humidifier A humidifier can help you avoid breathing in dry air. This is particularly helpful at night, when the throat naturally dries out. A dry throat is more prone to irritation and inflammation. Phlegm in the respiratory tract becomes thinner and easier to move out of the lungs. Steamy shower A steamy shower can help you moisten your upper airways. It may also help break up the mucus in your chest. Try to stay in the shower or in a steamy bathroom for at least five minutes. You can repeat as needed. Honey Natural bee’s honey is one of the most effective ways of treating a wet cough. A small clinical trial found that eating 1.5 teaspoons of honey 30 minutes before bed can help reduce cough and encourage sound sleep in children. It should work just as well for adults. Herbal cough drops You can try natural cough drops made with honey, lemon, eucalyptus, sage, thyme, or peppermint. Vitamin C A big dose of vitamin C can boost the immune system and help you fight off a viral infection faster. Try eating an orange or drinking some fresh orange juice twice per day until your symptoms improve. Geranium extract Research shows that geranium extract may help treat cough, cold, and bronchitis. Try adding geranium essential oil to a diffuser. But note that it is possible to be allergic to geranium oil. Hydration Staying hydrated is extremely important when you’re fighting off an infection. It also keeps your throat from drying out and becoming irritated or inflamed. Aim to drink at least 10 eight-ounce glasses of water per day. Netti pot A netti pot is a convenient way of performing nasal irrigation, in which you pour saline into your nostrils. Researchshows that nasal irrigation is good for more than just a stuffy nose, it can reduce the symptoms of wet cough in both children and adults. It can also sooth sore throats. Ginger tea Ginger is packed with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. A few cups of ginger tea per day may help sooth inflammation in your throat while keeping you hydrated. Thyme and clove tea Research shows that both thyme and clove have antimicrobial properties. Either as essential oils or tinctures, they may help your body fight off an upper respiratory infection. Add fresh thyme and clove leaves to boiling water. Allow to boil for 10 minutes, then strain and serve.
1. Do saline gargles daily. 2. Whenever possible do steam inhalation also. 3. Cover your nose and mouth with hanky for at least 30 sec when you go in dusty areas also when you go in and out of ac. As our nose is the most sensitive part of our body, when there is temperature difference between two rooms or inside n outside, then if we not protect our nose, it gets affected. 4. Drink hot liquids --hot liquids relieve nasal congestion, prevent dehydration, and soothe the uncomfortably inflamed membranes that line your nose and throat. 5. Sleep with an extra pillow under your head-- elevating your head will help relieve congested nasal passages. If the angle is too awkward, try placing the pillows between the mattress and the box springs to create a more gradual slope. 6. Treat that stuffy nose with warm salt water-- salt-water rinsing helps break nasal congestion, while also removing virus particles and bacteria from your nose. 7. Blow your nose often (and the right way)-- it's important to blow your nose regularly when you have a cold rather than sniffling mucus back into your head. But when you blow hard, pressure can carry germ-carrying phlegm back into your ear passages, causing earache. The best way to blow your nose: press a finger over one nostril while you blow gently to clear the other. Homeopathic treatment has very encouraging results and gives relief in long term please ask for consultation with detailed information so that I can help you better.
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