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Coughing is a normal reflex that helps remove mucus and allergens from your airways. In addition to being a typical sign of many respiratory conditions, dust and smoke can also cause it. Coughs fall into various categories: Acute Cough: Usually brought on by a cold, the flu, or another respiratory tract illness, it lasts for fewer than three weeks. Subacute Cough: This is a chronic cough that lasts for three to eight weeks and is frequently a hangover after an illness. Chronic Cough: Can be brought on by a number of illnesses, including allergies, asthma, GERD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and lasts longer than eight weeks. A dry cough is one that doesn't generate phlegm or mucous. Allergies or irritations may be the cause. Wet or Productive Cough: Usually brought on by an infection like pneumonia or bronchitis, this cough produces mucus or phlegm. Coughs can be uncomfortable, particularly if they last a long time or are really bad. Therapy is based on the underlying reason. Symptoms can be reduced with home remedies including sucking on lozenges, using a humidifier, and drinking plenty of water. To find the underlying cause and get the right therapy, it's crucial to consult a doctor if your cough is severe, accompanied by other unsettling symptoms, or persists for a long time.