Use honey for cough: New medical recommendations

Use honey for cough: New medical recommendations

Health officials in the UK have said that cure's first cure should be honey and cough syrup, not antibiotics, which are helpful in treating it.

Usually, coughing is fine in three weeks itself.

The recommendations given to the doctors have to reduce the risk of genetic resistance against anti-biotech because the use of these medicines eliminates their effects and is difficult to diagnose life-threatening diseases.

Hot drinks and honey, which have lime and ginger, have been used for longer cough for cough and bad throat.

Now the UK's National Institute for Health and Care Exchanges and Public Health England has said that some limited evidence shows that it improves coconut symptoms.

Apart from this, cough syrup, which includes medicines like pelargonium, guaifenesin or dextromethorphan, are beneficial for cough.

Patients have been instructed to use these medicines and wait for the cough to end itself before going to the doctor.

Most coughs cause viruses, which do not affect antibiotics.

However, 48% of the UK doctors in the UK write antibiotics for cough or bronchitis.

Dr. Soyan Hopkins, Deputy Director of Public Health, England said: "Anti-biotech resistance is a big problem and we will have to take immediate action to reduce the use of antibiotics.

In the light of these new recommendations, doctors will help reduce the antibiotics prescription and we encourage patients to keep their own ideas. '

However, it is recommended that taking antibiotics at the time when cough is a result of a serious illness, or when the patient's immune system is weakened.

Honey should not be given to children under the age of one, because it may cause obesity of boto-ulcer.

Dr. Tessa Lewis said: 'If you are getting worse for cough or recovering from cough, then you should show the doctor.'
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