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Summary :-

1. Bronchodilators

Bronchodilators are a kind of medication that make breathing easier. they are doing this by relaxing the muscles within the lungs and widening the airways (bronchi). They're often wont to treat long-term conditions where the airways may become narrow and inflamed.

2. Expectorant

An expectorant may be a medicine you'll use once you have a cough that produces mucus. Expectorants help thin the secretions in your airway and relax mucus, so you'll make your cough more productive. Expectorants are generally safe to use, but it’s important to read labels and speak together with your healthcare provider about any possible interactions.

3. Anti-Tussive Agents

Antitussives could also be divided into different groups; opiates like codeine, opiate derivatives like dextromethorphan and pholcodine, sedating antihistamines like diphenhydramine, and herbal and traditional medicines.

4. Anti-Mucolytics

Mucolytic are oral medicines, given a minimum of once daily, that are believed to extend expectoration of sputum by reducing its viscosity, thus making it easier to cough it up. There are several differing types of mucolytic, including carbocysteine, acetylcysteine, erdosteine, and ambroxol