smoker's cough


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smoker's cough

(smō′kərz)
n.
A rough, dry cough caused by excessive smoking of tobacco.
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I think it's a smoker's cough, but I don't even smoke that much.
A new patient comes into your office and tells you he experiences labored breathing on exertion, smokes a pack of cigarettes a day, and has a smoker's cough.
The smoker's cough is dry and short, that of the consumptive is deep and long.
I have always had a bad smoker's cough, but recently I have been noticing flecks of blood in the phlegm, especially in the mornings.
Always ready to laugh off a smoker's cough, acne or a bout of an STD, there's nothing that can bring us down.
In addition, only 16% of smokers put a high priority on seeking help for smoker's cough, a key symptom of COPD.
When to seek help: A smoker's cough is proof you're damaging your lungs, so quit before it gets worse - see your GP for advice and support.
Mullein has been used specifically to help clear out smoker's cough and was commonly smoked by Native Americans with lung congestion.
Rather, they have a "bad cough" that can look like a severe allergy, chronic sinusitis, or an intense smoker's cough.
COPD often goes undiagnosed in the United States, in part because patients un derreport their symptoms and in part because physicians tend to overlook so called smoker's cough as a sign of early COPD, Dr.
o You breathe easier and your smoker's cough starts to go away.
The a-tocopherol replenished cigarettes reduced and/or eliminated "smoker's hangover", smoker's cough and throat/voice raspiness/hoarseness.