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Thursday, July 24, 2008 Jenna13, Community Member, asks

Q: My throat is itchy every time i try to fall asleep, what do i do?

My throat is not itchy at all during the day and then when i want to go to bed ill lay down and try to fall asleep but my throat will be so itchy that i wont be able to fall asleep and that i get a wicked bad cough. its only when im trying to sleep though its never during the day or anything, though i do have a slight cough during the day but not as bad as when my throat gets itchy. help me please its really annoying!

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Gilby, Community Member
8/ 2/08 3:02am

try taking antihistamines such as claritin which is not sedating. Probably you are having post nasal drip which trigger you to cough when you lay down.

 

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jude st. bernard, Community Member
3/23/10 5:14am

i would try that.

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nanny, Community Member
7/31/08 10:31am
my mom used to say a similar thng and her remedy was a cup of hot tea . it's from the health food store called like throat coat or something. it has an ing. called slickery elm in it and seemed to put her right to sleep. she passed n she had emphasema . i'm no doc but , it seemed to work for her , for me i have a night time allergy it's like a bloom from my neighbors hedge some times known as night blooming jasmin or mock orange. .. so there are to possible answers better than none . i hope yu didn't wait a long time like your question had fallen on deft ears sometimes thats really hard to take when you are hurting...love and aloh, nanny Reply
jude st. bernard, Community Member
3/23/10 5:12am

may be.

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jude st. bernard, Community Member
3/23/10 5:09am

find a cure.

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jude st. bernard, Community Member
3/23/10 5:20am
i do not know what to do i need help. Reply
BEGEK, Community Member
8/ 3/12 9:11pm

1.Why don't you try drinking lukewarm water instead of room temp or cold water.

2. Try ginger and put it in hot water and take it lukewarm.

3. Try not to eat sweets.

4. Drink plenty of water.

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By Jenna13, Community Member— Last Modified: 08/03/12, First Published: 07/24/08