It is that time of the year again: cough and colds season. With hot, humid spells alternating with cold, rainy days, you, your loved ones, and practically everyone are at risk of acquiring respiratory illnesses. The most common of these diseases are cough and the common cold, both of which afflict most of Filipinos every year.
The increased risk of catching cough, the common cold, and other respiratory illnesses are a few of the reasons you need to take even greater care of your health, especially your nose, mouth, throat, lungs, and airways – or respiratory tract, in short. When this usual pair (Cough + Cold) strike, Ambroxyl, and Salinase, respectively, maybe your right remedies to ease the symptoms.
Knock Off Cough with Ambroxyl
Ambroxyl (Ambroxol Hydrochloride) helps soften and reduce phlegm, thus, eases breathing by lessened coughing and unblocked airways.
Ambroxyl may be your comforting relief against tough phlegm that eases and clears the lungs to restore cough-free comfort to children and adults. It also helps alleviate acute and chronic respiratory tract disorders, notably bronchitis, bronchial asthma, and bronchiectasis. It also is available in both tablets and syrup, which makes it convenient for any of your preferred forms of relief.
Soothe the Common Cold with Salinase
Salinase, available in drops, spray, or nebulizing solution; is a natural moisturizer that contains saline, a purified gentle salt solution. It works by moistening thickened mucus, whose buildup causes most of the discomfort associated with the common cold such as runny nose, nasal congestion, headache, and even coughing. In addition, Salinase solution is typically mixed with anti-asthma medication for nebulization, thus helping the mixture clear mucus buildup and ease off breathing problems associated with bronchitis and bronchial asthma.
As a result, you will be able to breathe more comfortably and feel much better in no time. Salinase may be used both by adults and children and it neither suppresses appetite nor causes rebound congestion and hyper-irritability as observed with oral decongestants.
Prevention Is Better Than Cure
While Ambroxyl and Salinase may be your right remedies for cough and colds, respectively, prevention is still better than cure. It is best to keep your respiratory tract as healthy as possible. You can do that by eating a balanced diet, getting plenty of exercises and sufficient sleep, avoiding smoking and secondhand smoke, and performing breathing exercises regularly. That said, make sure you have both Ambroxyl and Salinase on-hand and ready for use. You may get them online at www.mypharma.ph — especially now that cough and colds season is here.