A human coughs when his or her tissues reflex and we cough because we have to clear our airways from mucus, particles, and irritants. There are types of coughs that identify what our body is trying to clear. Some of these coughs we have to worry about. Check out what they are.
An asthma cough is like a dry cough that leaves a wheezing sound behind it. People with asthma tend to struggle with breathing which is why they cough. Any intense cardio or exercise will also increase the chance of your child coughing.
The Pneumonia cough starts off as a dry cough but turns into a wet one in which mucus will be released. A few symptoms that your child might show is difficulties in breathing, fever, and shaking chills.
Gastro esophageal reflux disease is a dry cough that is caused because our stomach acid enters in our esophagus. A way to figure out if your child has this cough is when their coughs get worst because they are lying down.
This cough is caused by allergies or a cold where your child constantly has irritation in their throat that forces them to cough. It can be a wet or dry cough. At night time, it can get worst and prevent sleep.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is known as a collection of lung disease. To determine if your child has this kind of cough; he or she will usually tend to cough more in the morning. Then, as the day progresses your kid will get better.