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Chronic Cough And The Benefits of Home Salt Therapy

Hello everyone. Today I am going to answer the question that a lot of you have been asking: what is chronic cough? For starters, this is not just a bad cough but one that is going to leave you feeling physically drained. The most severe cases lead to lightheadedness, vomiting and can even fracture your ribs.

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If you have been wheezing or coughing for 8 weeks or more, you most likely have chronic cough. There are many possible reasons that may cause it such as asthma, postnasal drip, tobacco or acid reflux. Coughing on occasion is not bad as it removes secretions and foreign substances in your lungs. But if the coughing goes on for weeks it is usually due to another problem.

One of the most common causes is postnasal drip. If your nose produces too much mucus, it ends up in the back of your throat, causing you to cough. It could also be due to allergic asthma. If that is the case, coughing will be influenced by seasons. It could also get worse if you have an upper respiratory infection or breathe chemicals, fragrances or cold air.

Aside from frequent coughing, other symptoms include a stuffy or runny nose, feeling there is something in the airways and frequent clearing of the throat. Other symptoms are shortness of breath, heartburn and in some cases, coughing with blood, depending on the cause.

Whatever the cause, frequent coughing is tiring and could lead to headaches, urinary incontinence, dizziness, excess sweating and fatigue due to low oxygen level into the bloodstream. The most common treatments are decongestants and antihistamines, but they are nowhere near as effective as you would think and they have side effects that could make things worse. This applies to those acid blockers and antibiotics as well, and it is not wise to rely on these.

A better, healthier chronic cough treatment is Saltair Home Salt Therapy. Saltair is a device that converts saline solution into microscopic salt particles that are released into the indoor air. These breathable salt particles permeate the whole respiratory system, clearing the mucus, reducing inflammation and making it easier for you to breathe. The salt particles penetrate deep into the lungs, to the alveoli, where the oxygen intake takes place. Here they will clear the mucus and increase the oxygen intake into the bloodstream, helping the whole body function better. The salt particles also help in cleaning the indoor air from odors, pollen, fungi, bacteria and viruses.

The ancient Europeans used to treat respiratory infections and coughing by visiting salt caves and breathing the salty air. Now, with the revolutionary portable Saltair device, you can have the same results in the comfort of your home or anywhere you might want to take it.