What are dry and tickly coughs and cough syrup?
Dry coughs, which are also known as tickly coughs, are non-productive, meaning that they’re the type of cough that doesn’t produce any mucous.
When you have a dry cough, you’ll usually experience a tickly, uncomfortable feeling in the back of your throat which causes your cough.
This feeling is where the tickly cough gets its name, and it happens because the back of your throat is irritated.
This irritation can have lots of different causes, including a cold, the flu, a sore throat, or other upper respiratory tract infections.
Wockhardt Cough Syrup 16oz is an ideal remedy for dry coughs, as it keeps you from feeling that tickly feeling in your throat that causes a cough.
However, if you have a productive cough (a cough that produces mucous or phlegm) you’ll usually find that a different type of cough syrup will be better for you.
A maximum of one bottle will be supplied with each purchase, multiple purchases made within a short space of time will be rejected. This is because Wockhardt Cough Syrup 16oz should only be used for a short period of time, as taking codeine over a prolonged period of time can cause addiction. If you find that you need to use Codeine Linctus for a prolonged period, speak to your doctor for advice.
Follow the link for NHS advice about dealing with codeine addiction.
A cough syrup is a reflex action when your airway is blocked by mucus or irritants.
Coughing to clear the throat of mucus or irritants is an uncommon action, though conditions can make it a more common occurrence.
Coughs typically improve after around 2 weeks, though they can last much longer.
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