Symptoms are usually worse in.
a loud, barking cough that gets worse at night.
labored, noisy, or “whistling” breathing.
Croup, more commonly see in children, can occur in adults too. We share the signs and what you should do if you develop this infection.
a barking cough. The symptoms of croup are often worse in the evening or when a child is anxious or crying. Croup is most often caused by a viral infection, typically by a type of virus called a parainfluenza virus.