The tragic accident on the Levan-Vlora / Victim axis is an 18-year-old, 4 young people in serious condition, Police give the first details
How do you know if you have an allergic cough or a cold? These are the cures that come to your aid
Written by SOT.COM.AL 23 Shkurt 2021
Night cough is a concern which affects the quality of your sleep turning into an annoyance for everyone.
Every year millions of people suffer from various symptoms of cold, flu, respiratory diseases or allergies.
Restless coughing at night, sore throat or sneezing, but not sure if you are experiencing symptoms of an old cold or an allergy that has just started?
Doctors give some ways you can easily distinguish them even though they are very similar.
It is very important to understand exactly the symptoms you are suffering so that you can get the right treatment.
AgroWeb.org shows you a list of tips you should consider to make this split.
Night cough caused by allergies occurs in periods when there are many flower pollens in the air, mainly in spring.
It appears suddenly and lasts for weeks until the allergy passes.
They can be caused by dust, a new element in the room, a new perfume or laundry detergent.
In case of allergy besides cough you will not experience other symptoms such as body aches or fever.
Check if you feel heaviness in the eye area, nose area and sinuses.
When the body senses external dangers like allergies it releases the histamine which causes allergies.
If you feel the area under the eyes heavy then most likely you are suffering from an allergy
If you have a sore throat, but not pain and the feeling is that of scratching and the desire to itch the same as it happens with the skin then you are suffering from an allergy.
Cough of inflammatory nature is caused by the flu or various colds which block the airways.
This type of cough also appears during the day, but worsens at night hindering restful sleep.
Cold cough unlike allergies is slow and lasts 3-14 days.
In case of colds you will also have numerous nasal secretions or sore throats which continue throughout the day preventing you from easily consuming food.
When you suffer from the flu or cold in many cases you will also have a fever or body aches.
To soothe a cough from a cold, use laurel tea by boiling three bay leaves in a cup of tea, and if you wish, you can add a little honey. Drink before bed.
Use peppermint tea to soothe allergies. Mint tea is a natural balancer which lowers the level of histamine, which causes allergies in the body.
1 tablespoon dry mint (10gr)
1 tablespoon honey (25gr)
1 cup water (250ml)
Cough caused by the flu or cold can be soothed using linden tea.
Lime tea lowers the temperature of shame and fights the cold. It has soothing properties against body or throat pains giving power to the immune system.
1 lime tea (10gr)
A little sugar or honey
1 cup water (250ml) /AgroWeb.org