Smoking-induced Cough Treatment Overview
First steps to consider
- Smoking-induced cough (smoker’s cough) is best treated by quitting smoking.
- At-home strategies can help you quit smoking, calm your cough, and ease discomfort.
When you may need a provider
- You want or need professional help to quit smoking.
- You have a persistent cough that has not been diagnosed.
Call 911 or go to the ER if you have any of the following symptoms:
- Difficulty breathing
- Racing heart
- Cyanosis (blue discoloration anywhere on your skin, lips, or nails)
- Chest pain
- Constant fever of 102˚F or above
- Coughing up blood
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