Update: So many people ask if The Weinberger Procedure by-proxy can instantly and permanently cure the "daytime only nonproductive cough" that is associated with, and can spread Coronavirus (COVID-19), also known as "COVID-19-associated cough".
Unabated, acute and coughing spreads the scourge of influenza, virus & disease transmission by human "cough-generated aerosols" - around the world.
Dr. Weinberger once said, "... the human body is the perfect cough aerosol device. When you cough, you violently expel aerosol droplets: [of virus, influenza and disease] walk 5 feet and cough again. This occurs for up to 18 hours per day - every day until your cough stops or is cured."
Special note: We don't always think of coughing as the main way that virus, influenza and disease are rapidly and efficiently spread, but it imagine every person with a cough, in every country, state, city, town & village coughing and spreading so much disease. Now, imagine that there has never been an instant and permanent cure for cough by-proxy, available everywhere in the world until now!.
Quick answer regarding "COVID-19-associated cough": You might consider consulting with your doctor; wherever you are in the world. You might consider providing them with Dr. Weinberger's peer reviewed and published cough cure research at your own discretion. HERE This website does NOT provide any medical diagnosis or advice concerning "COVID-19-associated cough".
We will post any applicable peer reviewed and published information as it becomes available.
The Weinberger Procedure by-proxy, is the first and only peer reviewed and published, instant, repeatable & permanent chronic cough cure by-proxy in the world. It can work to eradicate the scourge of influenza, virus & disease transmission by human "cough-generated aerosols" - in countries, states, cities, towns along with medically underserved & rural locations.
The #1 reason for doctor visits is a cough. - AHRQ (Now there's a cure!) "Half the world lacks access to essential health services..." - WHO.int
Trusted and routinely referred by #JohnsHopkinsMedicine (HERE) for their worst cases of "mystery, chronic cough" to be instantly and permanently cured.
"Coughs and sneezes spread diseases" - The slogan “Coughs and Sneezes Spread
Diseases” was coined in the United States during the last great flu pandemic between
1918 and 1920 to highlight the role of coughs and sneezes in disseminating respiratory pathogens.
There is currently no peer reviewed and published information regarding any of Dr. Weinberger's published work and COVID-19-Associated Cough. The disease is too new to have been included in his work.
Editor note: Unfortunately there is no mention of an instant and permanent "cure" or "cure by-proxy" in this peer reviewed and published manuscript. There are, however, numerous mentions of the word, "treatment". Dr. Weinberger was not consulted for his expertise, even though he probably should have been (in opinion of many).
You might want to consider asking your doctor if contents of this publication might be considered in the diagnosis, treatment, cure and recovery of your COVD-19-associated cough ~ especially if your cough is absent once asleep, only to return once awake.
Disclaimer: There is absolutely no indication or knowledge that The Weinberger Procedure by-proxy might assist with the COVID-19-associated cough IN ANY WAY. Please report any information about your COVID-19-associated cough to Dr. Weinberger at no cost or fee HERE.
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine launched in March 2013 as the fourth Lancet specialty journal following in the footsteps of The Lancet Oncology, The Lancet Neurology, and The Lancet Infectious Diseases. The journal offers the same unique fast track experience offered by its sister journals for all authors of research papers that are selected for peer review, where articles can be published online within 8 weeks of submission. The Lancet Respiratory Medicine is indexed in PubMed, and has been approved for indexing and abstracting in SciSearch®, Journal Citation Reports, and Current Contents® by Thomson Reuters.
Summary from the full length published manuscript from The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, as noted above.
"Cough is one of the most common presenting symptoms of COVID-19, along with fever and loss of taste and smell. Cough can persist for weeks or months after SARS-CoV-2 infection, often accompanied by chronic fatigue, cognitive impairment, dyspnoea, or pain—a collection of long-term effects referred to as the post-COVID syndrome or long COVID. We hypothesise that the pathways of neurotropism, neuroinflammation, and neuroimmunomodulation through the vagal sensory nerves, which are implicated in SARS-CoV-2 infection, lead to a cough hypersensitivity state. The post-COVID syndrome might also result from neuroinflammatory events in the brain. We highlight gaps in understanding of the mechanisms of acute and chronic COVID-19-associated cough and post-COVID syndrome, consider potential ways to reduce the effect of COVID-19 by controlling cough, and suggest future directions for research and clinical practice. Although neuromodulators such as gabapentin or opioids might be considered for acute and chronic COVID-19 cough, we discuss the possible mechanisms of COVID-19-associated cough and the promise of new anti-inflammatories or neuromodulators that might successfully target both the cough of COVID-19 and the post-COVID syndrome." - from The Lancet Respiratory Medicine
It is noted in this peer reviewed and published manuscript (link below): "According to the Clinical Management Protocol for the New Coronavirus, disseminated by the Brazilian National Ministry of Health in February of this year, males and individuals over 50 years of age predominated among the first 99 patients hospitalized with pneumonia and a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 at a hospital in the city of Wuhan. Among those 99 patients, the main symptoms were fever (in 83%), cough (in 82%), shortness of breath (in 31%), muscle pain (in 11%), mental confusion (in 9%), headache (in 8%), sore throat (in 5%), rhinorrhea (in 4%), chest pain (in 2%), diarrhea (in 2%), and nausea/vomiting (in 1%). In another study, involving 41 patients diagnosed with COVID-19, lymphopenia was reported." https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7170581/
Acute & Chronic Habit Cough Diagnosis by Dr. Miles Weinberger, MD.
"The repetitive [daytime] barking cough that is not present once the patient is asleep is the diagnostic criteria." (It might take a while for the patient to fall asleep. It matters whether the cough is not present once asleep; only to return once awake. - Editor note.)
"The characteristics of the self-perpetuating [daytime] Habit Cough is its repetitiveness and absence once asleep."
Once the patient meets the diagnostic criteria for [daytime] Habit Cough, even while the repetitive cough is still considered acute (less than 4 weeks), treatment with suggestion therapy [Weinberger Procedure HERE] is appropriate. There is no need to wait until the [daytime] cough is considered to be chronic (4 weeks/ child & 8 weeks/adult)
Multiple patients report that knowledge of The Weinberger Procedure allows them to stop their future [daytime] coughs during the acute period once diagnosis of Habit Cough has been met. Special note: Updated to include "acute" cough by Dr. Weinberger on March 19, 2020.
Note: Dr. Weinberger is a big proponent of parent and patient communication & interaction with their doctors - as are we. Many adults and parents report that they have quite successfully utilized The Weinberger Procedure on themselves or their children with numerous instant cures. They report their cures to their amazed doctors. Please consult with your doctor. If you attempt to utilize The Weinberger Procedure by-proxy on yourself or your child, you are doing this under your own volition.
*** We ONLY refer to peer reviewed and published medical research. We do not provide medical advice here at HabitCough.com.***
Dr. Weinberger is retired from any new research. He would, however, appreciated new, young and energetic researchers contacting him. He will assist in guiding your repetitive cough cure research.
For current COVID-19 guidelines, please refer to the appropriate government website for peer reviewed and published information.
For education purposes only and not to be utilized to diagnose or treat any illness. This document was compiled and authored by Dennis Buettner, from publicly available websites. Contents of this website have not been created, reviewed, edited, or approved by Dr. Miles Weinberger, MD, in any manner, fashion or form, and do not represent his medical advice or opinion. Communicate with your personal doctor.