Natural cures for coughs
While colds, flus and respiratory infections are commonly associated with the winter months, many people are surprised to find they have contracted an infection in the summer, with all the usual symptoms including a runny nose, sneezing, headaches and a dry, tickly cough.
However, an infection may not be the only reason you are suffering from a tickly cough this summer. Summer brings with it warmer air which causes us to use air conditioning more frequently – meaning that the air both inside and outside is drier, which can quickly dry out our throats. In addition, allergens such as pollen are more common in the summer which can irritate the respiratory system. All of this can leave you with a dry, tickly and very annoying cough!