Labor Day: Does Your Workplace Make You Sick – Really!

Labor Day recognizes the important contributions of our great nation’s workers.  So, as we honor our nation’s workers, it is appropriate to ask:  Does Your Workplace Make You Sick – Really!  Dr. Mandel Sher and Center for Cough team care for so many people in the workforce whose professional performance is being compromised by Chronic Cough – Attorneys, Salespeople, Telephone Communicators – people whose work involves a lot of speaking and produces a dry throat.   And, there are people who have an allergy or sensitivity to something in the workplace environment that produces a throat tickle and urge to Cough.

Yes!  Your Workplace Can Make You Sick!  You Really Can be Allergic to Work! Your Cough Can be Triggered by Something in Your Work Environment!  Dr. Mandel Sher: Cough Specialist.

Dr. Mandel Sher Will Resolve Your Cough & Return You to Peak Performance: 727-393-8067.

Itchy eyes? Trouble breathing? Cough? The trigger making you feel miserable may be inside, not outside.  If your symptoms worsen as the workday progresses and lessen after you leave work or while you are enjoying time off, then you may suffer from a workplace trigger.  Now the really tough question is what to do about it. Begin by finding out if this is a sensitivity to an irritant that makes you feel uncomfortable but is not dangerous, or a real allergy that can produce a life-threatening allergic reaction.  Check out The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s ( guidelines for handling workplace triggers.

What do you do when how and where you earn a living is producing a misery-generating sensitivity or dangerous allergic reaction?

Dr. Mandel Sher and Center for Cough team are dedicated Chronic Cough Specialists – one of the very few in the nation.  Dr. Sher is helping countless people who are feeling frustrated and hopeless by a Cough that wouldn’t go away.  Many of these people who have suffered with a Persistent Cough for months or years have seen other doctors and failed cough therapies.

Dr. Mandel Sher and Center for Cough’s Innovative and Integrated Approach to Comprehensive Cough Care and Treatment is THE Difference.  Contact Dr. Mandel Sher:  727-393-8067.