why do smokers cough especially in the morning

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You may have experienced a frustrating cough or painful sore throat before. If you know what it's like to lie awake and cough through 'til the early hours of the morning, it's easy to see why so many tired and desperate people trawl through articles on the internet looking for a home remedy that will help them stop coughing long enough to fall asleep.

Being a tobacco smoker can make you especially susceptible to phlegm coughs, dry coughs, sore throats and bronchitis. These are some effective methods for your arsenal in tackling a pesky night-time coughing fit!