A Russian doctor explains how to quickly treat a cough


Dr. Sergey Buryasev, a pulmonologist, declared that coughing is the body’s response to an infection that can persist even after recovery. How can you get rid of it quickly?

In an interview with Radio “Sputnik”, the specialist notes that bronchitis, pneumonia and acute respiratory infection, which is accompanied by coughing, which helps clear the airways of phlegm, is a protective reaction of the body. In order not to curb it, the disease itself must be dealt with.

He says, “The cough, is always an infection. And infections are always microbes. So you have to take antiviral and antimicrobial drugs. Medicines and anti-inflammatory drugs also help, and the doctor can prescribe hormonal drugs for a short period of 2-3 days.”

He adds, the cough can last a long time depending on the severity of the disease.

He says, “If a person suffers from acute respiratory viral infections, the cough can last 5-15 days. If the disease is pneumonia or bronchitis, then without proper treatment, it may persist for life.”

In order to treat cough quickly, in addition to the necessary treatment medications, additional preparations such as goose fat and animal fats such as fox and dog and others can be used.

He says, “The lungs, in addition to providing us with oxygen, are like a ‘stove’ in our body. When a person eats a piece of fat, he begins to ‘heat’ the lungs. From one gram of fat, we get nine calories, so the ‘stove’ heats up and the blood heats up. If the lungs heat up from eating fat, you will feel comfortable. Therefore, when the amount of fat decreases, a person will continue to cough for a longer period.”

Medical plasters (mustard plasters) can also be used to speed up the process of getting rid of a cough. Because these plasters have a thermal and irritating effect at the same time, which helps to treat inflammation quickly.

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