Is coffee bad to drink when you have a cough?
No, coffee is not bad for a cough. My doctor once told me that it’s actually therapeutic to drink coffee when you have bronchial and/or respritory infections. I think that the caffeine helps to open up your bronchial tubes somehow. Plus the heat of the coffee is soothing for your throat.
Why does my coffee make me cough?
Persistent cough: Major causes
- Postnasal drip
- Gastroesophageal reflux disease
- Chronic bronchitis; bronchiectasis
- Treatment with ACE inhibitors
Does coffee interact with chronic cough?
Increased coughing is not a typical effect of caffeine consumption, but in some instances, it might have that effect. The amount of caffeine you consume, your current medical condition and your predisposition to allergies are a few things that may influence how caffeine affects you. For some people, consuming caffeine may trigger coughing or make coughing worse.
Why does coffee make you cough?
- It is a good idea to increase your consumption of liquids, in most cases, when you are ill.
- Warm liquids, such as tea, broth, and, yes, coffee will help to relieve nasal congestion and soothe irritated throats.
- A little caffeine may help to relieve the tired, draggy feeling you often get with a cold.
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