As the monsoons continue to lash cities across the country and the temperatures get lower by each passing day, a lot of people start the usual tell-tale signs of seasonal change: sneezing, wheezing and sniffling because of the allergies and the ailments that the weather conditions bring with it. There are those who develop constant colds and coughing bouts because the body systems get disturbed by the change in the climate. While some take it with a pinch of salt and go on with their lives like nothing ever happened, there will be those who are not lucky enough to ignore the problem and have to see a specialist for having the problem treated.
When you are among those who start suffering from allergic cough with the change in the course of the weather, you may be suffering from problems that relate to the respiratory system and need the help of a specialist who is able to diagnose the issue effectively and put you on medication and a treatment regime to rid you off your problem and help you lead a regular and healthy lifestyle in spite of what the weather will be.
A lot of times, it is seen that coughing and asthma are closely related and this is something that is a cause for worry than a regular cough. When you are constantly feeling tired or coughing more than normal and feel breathless as a result, there are chances that you are suffering from infections of the bronchial tube that helps pass air to and from the lungs. When there is excessive production and accumulation of mucus within the space of the bronchial passage, you feel congestion in the throat, a feeling of irritation and constant coughing. In such an event it becomes difficult for the movement of air to be smooth and that is when you find troubles in breathing normally.
When you decide to see a specialist for the treatment of your allergic cough, you are told to go on medication. Apart from medicines you are advised to stay away from places or things that aggravate the condition such as dusty or sandy places or extremely cold interiors and climates. It is also suggested to stay away from smoke, fumes or exhausts so that the respiratory system is not irritated further and most importantly, you have to completely quit smoking, if that is one of your lifestyle habits.