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Tickling Throat Caused By Irritation From Cold, Allergy

February 21, 2012 by staff 

Tickling Throat Caused By Irritation From Cold, Allergy, Tickle Cough

Home Remedies for Tickling Cough
A tickling cough can come on in dry weather, at the tail end of a cold, or due to allergies or medications that irritate the throat. Smoke, a chill and even nervousness can also bring on an annoying cough. Home remedies can often be as effective…

How to Stop a Dry, Tickling Cough
A dry tickling cough causes unwanted irritation throughout the day. A persistent cough interrupts school, work and even a good night’s rest, and may be associated with sinusitis, asthma, bronchitis or other underlying conditions. A variety of home…

Homeopathic Remedies for Pollen Allergies
Allergy shots work by injecting small amounts of the allergen into the body to help desensitize a person to the allergen and reduce the allergic symptoms. Homeopathy uses the same idea of treating “like with like,” so it’s becoming a popular…

Uses for Sweet Almond Oil
Sweet almond oil is extracted from almond seeds and is commonly used in aromatherapy and body massages as the base oil. It is also a popular ingredient in hair-care and skin-care products. It is easily absorbed by the skin and does not leave a…

Tickly Cough in Children
If your child has a tickly cough, it is most likely the result of an allergic reaction to an airborne substance. A common symptom of allergies in children is throat irritation that feels like a tickle in the back of the throat. If the child…

Cough Suppressant Home Remedies
A cough can be caused by a variety of reasons from a simple tickle in the throat to allergies. A cough can often be treated at home using a variety of holistic home remedies. Most ingredients will be available in your kitchen cabinets or…

Cough Remedies During Pregnancy
A cough can be a symptom of a wide variety of infections and ailments. Treating the underlying cause is often the best course of action but measures can be taken to soothe the cough as well. During pregnancy, a woman should contact her doctor…

Long Term Side Effects of Lisinopril
Lisinopril is a medication used to treat high blood pressure and congestive heart failure. It is also used to improve survival rate after a heart attack. It is an angiotensin-converting-enzyme inhibitor, or ACE inhibitor. It dilates the blood…

Home Remedies for a Humidity-Related Cough
Coughing is nature’s way of removing unwanted particles from the airway. Often, a cough produces mucus, which aids in eliminating the intruder. When the cough is dry and non-productive, it can be due to irritation in the upper respiratory system….

Hot & Sour Soup for Colds
Chicken soup has been a home remedy for colds for centuries, but today’s global society often has more eclectic tastes. If traditional chicken noodle doesn’t appeal to you when you’re under the weather, try hot and sour soup. This savory Asian…

Licorice Root & Coughs
Licorice root has been used for centuries to soothe and relieve coughing and various other ailments affecting the respiratory and digestive tracts. The sweet herb makes an excellent tea that relieves tickling and itching in the throat and upper…

Remedies for a Child’s Cough
Coughing is one of the most common symptoms of illness during childhood, according to the Nemours Foundation. The University of Maryland Medical Center explains that occasional coughing is healthy and works to keep the airways and throat clear of…

What Are Side Effects of the Drug Altace?
Altace, or ramipril, is an ACE inhibitor prescribed for high blood pressure, heart failure after heart attack and risk reduction of heart attack, stroke and death from cardiovascular events. Side effects from Altace are numerous, with the most…

Cold Symptoms and Anesthesia
Although scientific minds are somewhat divided on this subject, it is still considered safe practice to cancel an elective surgery if cold symptoms are present in an adult or child. Anesthesia in itself promotes a host of potential side effects…

A Sore Throat Without Congestion
A sore throat without congestion is commonly caused by pharyngitis, an infection in the pharynx, according to MedlinePlus. Pharyngitis is the most common reason people visit a family doctor, according to the Merck Manuals. A sore throat with…

Home Remedies for a Nagging Cough
Even after all of your other cold or flu symptoms have disappeared, a hacking cough can keep you up at night and interfere with your breathing. If you’ve already been to a doctor and he’s determined it’s okay to try home remedies, soothe your…

Homeopathic Treatment for Hay Fever
Hay fever occurs when the body’s immune system becomes overloaded and reacts to environmental agents producing various symptoms such as sneezing, nasal discharge and sinus congestion. Homeopathic remedies may offer relief from hay fever symptoms,…

Home Remedy to Soften Earwax
Your body has many natural and efficient defenses to minimize illness, infection and damage from the outside world. One such defense is earwax. Though it may be annoying, itchy and unsightly, earwax is a great protector of the ear canals and your…

Herbal Remedies for Everything That Ails You
Herbal medicine is the indigenous medicine for every culture worldwide. Herbs were available long before drugs, and herbal doctors, medicine men and skilled shamans used herbs to treat every type of illness. Today, the practice of herbal medicine…

5 Things You Need to Know About Cough Remedies
There are two kinds of cough, the dry hacking kind caused by a tickle in your throat and the congested, mucus-filled kind caused by congestion in your head or chest. You can suppress a dry cough to help soothe your throat, but you should make a…

Herbal Respiratory Remedies
Respiratory problems can range from coughing to difficulty breathing due to bronchitis, emphysema or the flu. Many of the difficulties encountered are caused by viruses or long-term chronic conditions affecting the airways. Herbal remedies may…

Post Nasal Drip Cough Treatments
Constant nasal drainage in the back of the throat can lead to a chronic cough. According to the University of Maryland, post nasal drip is a condition where excess mucus is forced to drip down the throat because the nostrils are clogged and…

Halls Cough Drops Nutritional Information
Cough drops can bring intense relief when you are feeling under the weather. The Halls brand offers several different flavors and varieties to help ease what ails you. While you certainly should not eat cough drops every day, knowing more about…

Are Kids With Coughs Contagious?
Kids pick up a number of viruses during their childhood and cough through many of the coldest months of the year. Coughing is a normal way in which your child responds to an itchy throat or clears chest congestion. A kid’s cough is not necessarily…

Home Cough Remedies for Children
Cough and cold medicines are not recommended for children under the age of two, according to the Mayo Clinic. Even for children older than two years old, the safety of such medicines is being studied by the Food and Drug Administration. Cold and…

Things to Give Children to Soothe Their Throat and a Cough
When deciding what to give to soothe a sore throat and cough, determine the type of cough and suspected underlying cause. In general, there are six different types of coughs that your child may be experiencing, according to the website…

What is a Herb Supplement for a Dry Cough?
A dry cough will feel as though you have a tickle in your throat. The National Health Service of the United Kingdom states that dry coughs are nonproductive coughs, or coughs in which you are unable to expel phlegm, or mucus, from your respiratory…

Chronic Asthmatic Bronchitis Symptoms
Chronic asthmatic bronchitis is a common condition among people who suffer from asthma, according to MedlinePlus. Asthma is a chronic lung disease that produces inflammation in the lungs, restricting the airways and making it difficult to breathe….

Common Signs of Asthma
Asthma is a chronic respiratory disease characterized by inflammation and narrowing of the airways. It’s typically caused by exposure to an allergy trigger, such as pet dander or mold. Estimates provided by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of…

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