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Chronic Cough and Triggersin Symptoms & Causes/by Center For Cough
Our body’s cough mechanism is stimulated by irritants that produce cough. These irritants are also known as Chronic Cough and its triggers. Upon learning about Chronic Cough and Triggers, a Center for Cough patient declared, “I’m trigger happy.”
Dr. Sher and Center for Cough team identify the precise Chronic Cough cause and Chronic Cough triggers. Each person has a unique cough profile. Understanding your cough profile is the first and most important step toward effective cough treatment. Chronic Cough can be triggered by a variety of medical conditions. Below are the most common Chronic Cough triggers.
Persistent cough that does not go away can be an indication of an underlying serious medical problem. Only precise diagnosis of your cough’s cause and its triggers can reveal if cough is a symptom or if cough is THE problem.
If you or someone you know has Chronic Cough, contact Dr. Mandel Sher at Center for Cough. A comprehensive cough diagnostic approach and cough treatment plan is the first step toward measurable and lasting cough relief. Please call: 727-393-8067.
What’s Making Me Cough?in Chronic Cough/by Center For Cough
Sequence of Actions in the Cough Reflex Pathway Resulting in Cough
The chronic cougher tends to have an increased urge to cough. It can be described as a tickle in the back of the throat. Sometimes it can be a feeling that something is stuck there. Often, there is a feeling of post nasal drip, but rarely any is produced. A hypersensitive or heightened cough reflex requires less stimuli, such as nasal secretions, airborne irritants, acid or gastroesophageal reflux, to trigger a chronic cough. What creates these feelings?