Mornings with Dave & Jen

Are allergies keeping you awake?
Are allergies keeping you awake?

Are allergies keeping you up at night?

You’re not alone…44% of people with seasonal allergies reported waking up feeling fatigued, even though they thought they got a good night’s sleep.

Your congested nose means less oxygen to your body leading to restlessness during the night.

Here are some ways to make your sleep more peaceful from Men’s Health Magazine:

  • Keep your clothes off your bed. Pollen clings to your clothes from outside so when you get home, toss them in the laundry basket.
  • Get rid of old books. Older books get moldy. Keep them out of your bedroom.
  • Freeze your pillows. Pillows are loaded with dust mites. Put your pillow in the freezer for 12 hours every 1 to 2 weeks, the cold will kill the mites.

Good advice…hope you get some relief?

D&J

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