Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Snoring and Sleep Apnea

First off, we have snoring and, in more serious cases, sleep apnea. Allergies can cause congestion and inflammation in the airways, making it difficult to breathe smoothly throughout the night. This can lead to snoring, or even short pauses in breathing, known as sleep apnea, which can seriously compromise the quality of your sleep.

Fragmented Sleep

Allergies have a knack for causing fragmented sleep. You might find yourself waking up frequently throughout the night due to discomfort or the need to blow your nose. This constant disturbance prevents you from reaching those deep stages of sleep where the real rest and recovery happen.

Fatigue and Daytime Sleepiness

Because of these interruptions to your sleep cycle, you might find that you’re more tired during the day. It’s a bit of a vicious cycle – the allergies disrupt your sleep, which leaves you feeling fatigued, which then makes it harder to manage the symptoms of your allergies.

Difficulty Falling Asleep​

Sometimes, the symptoms of allergies can be so bothersome that they prevent you from falling asleep in the first place. The itching, sneezing, and congestion can all make it hard to relax and drift off to sleep, resulting in longer periods of wakefulness before you can finally nod off.

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