When a chest cold stems from a bacterial infection, the most common treatment steps are antibiotics, bronchodilators and sleeping with a vaporizer, notes Healthgrades. Rest, hydration and medications for fever are also f... More »

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Some home remedies for a chest cold are drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated, have some soup, increase humidity in the home and use natural ingredients for a cough. Some symptoms of a chest cold are chest congestion a... More »

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In order to get rid of a chest cold, a person must act quickly and start treating the symptoms within 10 to 12 hours. Because a cold is a virus, only the symptoms can be treated. More »

Common symptoms of a chest cold are a wet cough with white or yellow phlegm, a fever, or chest congestion. The cough feels like a productive cough that produces the phlegm. It is a disease that is located in the lower lu... More »

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Some home remedies for a chest cold are drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated, have some soup, increase humidity in the home and use natural ingredients for a cough. Some symptoms of a chest cold are chest congestion a... More »

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Doctors base treatment for chronic post-nasal drip on the underlying cause, such as a bacterial infection, allergies, gastroesophageal reflux or sinus infections, explains the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and ... More »

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Patients should seek professional treatment for a runny nose that lasts more than 10 days or involves a green nasal discharge with sinus pain or fever, which is a possible sign of bacterial infection, according to Mayo C... More »

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