Laughter & Your Cough: National Tell a Joke Day

Laughter & Your Cough: National Tell a Joke Day

Knock, Knock.  Who’s There? It’s Dr. Mandel Sher, a world-class Cough Specialist and pretty good joke teller.  Today, August 16, 2018, is National Tell a Joke Day.  Laughter is good for your health; but is laughter good for your Cough?

Have you ever noticed that your Cough kicks-in after a really hard belly laugh?  Not surprising.  The nerves that are involved in the laughing reflex are the same nerves that are involved in the Coughing reflex.  Therefore, triggering the laughing reflex can also trigger the Coughing reflex.  The laughing and Coughing sequence is common.  But, if you suffer from Coughing fits that seem to be unexplained and produced without a specific trigger, then you may have Chronic Cough.

Chronic Cough is a common medical condition.  It is under-diagnosed and often ineffectively treated by physicians. Sometimes, Chronic Cough is an indication of an serious underlying medical condition.  Often, Chronic Cough is THE problem.

Dr. Mandel Sher is a world-class Cough Specialist.  Dr. Sher and his global physician, scientist, and researcher colleagues are evolving the paradigm for treating Chronic Cough.  Dr. Mandel Sher and the Center for Cough team WILL RESOLVE Your Cough – even if you have been Coughing for years, have seen other doctors, and failed cough therapies. Contact Dr. Mandel Sher: 727-393-8067.  

So, go ahead and laugh often and laugh hard.  Laughter is an effective stress reducer, immune system booster, and is contagious.  Laughter is indeed the best medicine.