Dry Cough - causes & remedies
It is night time and suddenly you start coughing. You take a sip of water yet the symptoms persist: a strange and unproductive cough with no wheezing or congestion, and no mucus. It is not letting you sleep however and is extremely bothersome with a persistent tickle in the throat – you may safely call this kind of a cough a dry cough. Dry coughs will usually last a week or two and will generally clear up within three weeks of the first appearance of symptoms.