What allergies cause coughing?

May 2, 2022
Allergens such as grass and tree pollen, spores from mold and fungi, dust, and pet dander can irritate the nasal lining, resulting in postnasal drip. This watery mucus seeps down the throat from the nose, creating tickling and coughing. Environmental elements such as pollen, plants, dust, and pets can provoke allergic rhinitis (hay fever). If your cough is caused by allergies, you may only experience it at specific periods of the year.An allergy cough is often dry and produces little mucous.Energize your body and mind with Salt Therapy for Allergies at SaltWorld.