With the fluctuating temperatures we are experiencing right now, it is common to see respiratory problems increase.
There is a lot of coughing going on right now and here are a few tips to help you understand what is going on in your child's body (or yours).
First of all, you should know that a wet cough is by far the cough we prefer. It's not irritating, it's not painful and it very rarely causes complications. It is therefore the goal to reach when treating a dry, hacking, or hacking cough. The latter, if they persist, may need to be treated with pumps or inhalation therapy. But if the cough becomes wet, this is rarely the case!
How do you get there?
It is our practice to ask you what type of cough you have when you need advice. Our primary goal is to get your non-productive cough to become productive.
That's usually with Capuchin Bronchus! Once the cough is productive, the same formula will help to mature the cough so that it eventually goes away! However, be aware that if the secretions are persistent, the cough will persist. But the problem is not the cough or the respiratory system. Rather, it is the continuous production of secretions that causes the cough!
So how do you stop making mucus? The question of the hour!
We lower our acidity level! We reduce acidic foods such as dairy products, orange juice, wheat and oats, bananas, etc. We must also ensure a good intestinal movement at a rate of one to two bowel movements per day. Capuchin Liver is very helpful in stopping the production of secretions. We also suggest drinking Chlorophyll to lower the acidity level of the body, eating alkaline and drinking lots of water!
What if it's not a virus?
Allergies can also be the cause of a wet cough. It is the same principle, because if our body reacts to an allergen, it will often protect itself by producing secretions. But if the body has a balanced acidity level, there will be fewer allergic reactions! We see it when people do cleansing cures, they often come back and tell us that their allergies have decreased since then! So once again, we see that digestion has a very high impact on respiratory secretions and even on the ENT sphere.
How to prevent this cough?
So, as summer comes to an end, make sure you maintain your liver by drinking Chlorophyll, eliminating at least once or twice a day and controlling digestive disorders as you go! Digestive Enzymes are also a great help after eating!
Don't give acidity a chance to set in; so viruses won't find a cozy nest to settle in either!