SUMMERTIME is officially upon us in the UK, and while many of us enjoy the sunshine, one in five is suffering horrible hay fever. So what are the symptoms? Can it make you tired and cause a cough?
HOW TO get rid of hay fever: Sufferers of the condition have been warned of very high levels of pollen this week as temperatures near 30C this week. While anti-histamine tablets and nasal sprays are the most popular forms of treatment for symptoms, some experts believe certain foods are the answer – one fruit in […]
LUNG cancer symptoms and signs include a persistent cough. The single biggest risk factor for this type of cancer is smoking, as the toxic substances in tobacco damage cells in the lungs. Watch out for these five symptoms of the condition.
ASTHMA symptoms can range from mild to more serious, and not everyone will experience all the signs. It is a common lung condition that can impact hugely on a person’s life. But there is treatment available to offer quick relief an prevent symptoms occurring.
DRY cough remedies include medicines from your pharmacy, and drinking hot lemon with honey. But, what’s actually causing your cough, and how can you treat the condition to prevent it from coming back?
LUNG cancer is one of the most common cancers in the UK and one of the most serious types. Symptoms are not usually present in the early stages, but when they do develop, they can be mistaken for less serious health problems. Changes in a cough you have had a long time are one of […]
Most coughs go away by themselves within three weeks, according to the NHS. Getting plenty of rest and drinking lots of fluids could help to get rid of the condition. Your cough is usually caused by a cold or flu virus, and can vary between a dry, chesty or mucus cough. But, drinking peppermint tea […]
COUGH medicine could help to treat your cold or flu symptom. But, drinking this cheap tea everyday could help to get rid of your cough or sore throat.
COUGH medicines could help to relieve symptoms, which are often caused by a cold or flu virus. But, you could get rid of a dry, chesty or whooping cough with this easy home tip.
Coughs will usually go away by themselves within three weeks, according to the NHS. Most coughs are caused by cold or flu viruses. But, it could also be caused by smoking, heartburn, allergies or infections. You could help to speed up getting rid of the cough by having a steamy shower, according to medical website […]