Are your allergies making it hard to sleep?

Natural allergy remedies can help promote sleep.Natural allergy remedies may help with more than your constant sneezing, stuffiness and general discomfort. A new study conducted by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) and Teva Respiratory found that seasonal allergies are also making it more difficult for sufferers to get a good night’s sleep. If you’ve been feeling worn out when you wake up in the morning, it could be due to those same irritants that have been congesting you during the daytime.

Information was gathered by way of an online survey in which 2,000 individuals over the age of 18 participated. All of those surveyed were previously diagnosed with nasal allergies. Fifty-nine percent of sufferers reported sleep issues as a result of their allergy symptoms. Another 48 percent indicated that their disruption also caused problems with their partner’s sleep. As a result, 65 percent became irritable with their spouse and associated it with their lack of rest. Many people (57 percent) indicated that they found it difficult to concentrate at school or work because of their allergies as well.

There are a number of other ways in which Respondents revealed that their seasonal allergies were negatively impacting their quality of life in a number of ways. More than 60 percent reported that they are unable to enjoy outdoor activities with their children because their symptoms are so severe. Only 31 percent treated their allergies prior to any symptoms developing, so a number of these individuals may find comfort from natural allergy remedies such as Aller-Calm or Quercetin Relief. Of those surveyed, 69 percent said they were currently using two or more treatments for their allergies. Act now to relieve your symptoms and get ahead of the game next season.

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