The Mystery of Cough and Reflux: Good Throat and Bronchial Health

Within Top Doctors’ staff of medical professionals we have Dr. Adalberto Pacheco Galván, Pneumologist Expert in Chronic Cough, Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis, Pulmonary Emphysema and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease – COPD.

This specialist doctor has in his catalog of publications the book “The mystery of cough and reflux: The good health of throat and bronchial tubes”. The author’s objective with this publication is to be able to guide patients who experience episodes of chronic cough and/or asthma, which are difficult to control and can sometimes be accompanied by episodes of hoarseness, sleep disturbance, sudden choking when breathing without having to make a high intensity effort, as well as an annoying itching sensation in the throat.

Dr. Adalberto Pacheco Galván is a specialist in Internal Medicine and Respiratory System and has more than 35 years of experience in the Pneumology Service of the Ramón y Cajal Hospital in Madrid. He is also a member of the European Respiratory Society through which he works on the treatment and study of chronic cough; he is the founder of the Asthma and Chronic Cough Unit of the Ramón y Cajal Hospital in Madrid.

Tips for maintaining good throat and bronchial health

The connection between cough and reflux has been unknown for many years, but nowadays it is known that they are one and the same pathology which is known under the name of respiratory reflux. Until now it has been a hidden condition, which means that it can occur without the need for other known symptoms, which may be more related to the effects that have generally been associated with reflux, regurgitation and even heartburn.

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In the book “El misterio de la tos y el reflujo: La buena salud de garganta y bronquios”, Dr. Pacheco Galván explains how important it is to control respiratory reflux on a daily basis, especially when treatment is urgently required. Gastric juices ascend, sometimes without a burning sensation, until they reach the upper respiratory tract such as the bronchial tubes, throat and nose, which can become inflamed and even irritated.

In his publication, Dr. Pacheco Galván makes a series of recommendations regarding some simple changes in the daily routine, such as modifications in the diet in order to avoid “leaks” due to the respiratory reflux disease or to opt for a healthier lifestyle.