Everything to know about your persistent coughs
Continuous coughing with signs of cold and fever.
The most common cause of chronic cough is predictable. It's the aftermath of a cold or other viral infection, says Norman H. Edelman, MD, chief medical officer of the American Lung Association. 
- Completely treatable under proper medical examinations
- Can happen to anyone
- Mostly the aftermath of a cold
- Medium term disease
A Residual cough is also known as a post viral cough that can be common signs and symptoms of respiratory infections. Usually this cough goes away after proper treatment but in some or few cases, this cough can recur even after being healed. Experts arent sure why viral or Residual cough can be chronic but with proper treatment and care, it can be healed within days.
Ages affected - between 20 - 30 - More Often; between 30 - 40 - Often; 40 and above - few
Symptoms may last for days or three with a sore or an irritated throat with hoarseness in the sound of the voice. Inflammation in the respiratory tracts can often lead to difficulty in breathing properly.
People may experience
Inflammation - mostly in the respiratory tracts
Sore throat - can happen with increase in level of coughing
Need to clear throat - mucus can form and get jammed which needs to be cleared
Self Care: For excessive coughing, try drinking enough water or warm liquids like tea or broth can also help to soothe the inflamed throat. A humidifier can be used to add moisture in the shower to avoid the air around.
Medications: For pain during coughing, medications like OTC can be good.
Specialists: For other kinds, consult a physician. At mfine, we will offer you with base charges for our treatments so that you no longer have to worry about your health anymore.