Can Allergies Keep Me Up At Night?
Allergies can definitely affect your ability to sleep well. When you have an allergy reaction, you might experience symptoms like congestion, a stuffy nose, or post-nasal drip. These symptoms can feel uncomfortable and make it harder for you to stay asleep at night.
Allergies and Sleep Apnea
When you go to sleep at night, you're supposed to breathe through your nose. But allergies can cause swelling and irritation inside your nose, which makes it more difficult for the air to flow through your nose. You may end up breathing through your mouth and getting dry mouth, or your tongue can flop back and cause sleep apnea.
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