Sipping icy beverages can cause sudden temperature changes, irritating your throat's sensitive nerves.

The fizz in cold drinks might trigger a cough reflex, making it a chilly culprit.

Your throat might be more sensitive to extreme temperatures, reacting with an involuntary cough.

Cold drinks can stimulate the vagus nerve, leading to a reflexive cough reaction.

Icy drinks can dry out your throat, making it more prone to irritation and coughing.

Cold temperatures can release histamines, contributing to throat irritation and coughing.

Pre-existing conditions like acid reflux may exacerbate coughing triggered by cold drinks.

Cold beverages may impact nasal passages, causing postnasal drip and a nagging cough.

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