The condition of cough accompanied by using shortness of breath has indeed been as a familiar thing among the people. In fact, this condition can be caused by a virus, such as a cold or infection based on other diseases such as bronchitis. Although this disease is rare, coughing accompanied by shortness of breath can also be caused by a foreign object that is inhaled into the throat.
Cough accompanied by shortness of breath is generally often experienced by children with immunity that is still very weak, although so not infrequently adults and the elderly will experience this condition, but with causes that are very not at all. Usually it will be started by a cough at night that lasts for several hours and personal accompanied by the sound of shortness of breath.
Causes of Cough Accompanied by Shortness of Breath
Cough accompanied by shortness of breath or dlaam media term happy to be considered with Croup (laryngotracheobronchitis) is a viral infection that will be transmitted to the upper respiratory tract that causes coughing will sometimes have difficulty breathing, especially in the time of breathing. Viruses are a common cause that is accompanied by shortness of breath, but croup can also be caused by other viruses such as syncitial respiratory viruses or influenza viruses.
The following are some other causes of the onset of cough accompanied by shortness of breath, among others, namely:TuberculosisAsthmaBronchitisLung cancerPneumoniaAcid reflux diseaseLung &respiratory infections, common in the upper airways such as fluWeather or environment
Symptoms of Cough Accompanied by Shortness of Breath
Cough accompanied by shortness of breath can cause the onset of several signs and signs, below there are some symptoms and signs that can be considered in the body that has a cough accompanied by shortness of breath including the following:The throat feels swollen.Feeling itching in the throatThe color of the paras changes as red and the body feels tiredPersistent coughingThe sound will be hoarse & change
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