Sneezing, watery eyes, a runny nose, scratchy throat-- hay fever signs are anything yet a walk in the park.
And also it's not simply throughout the day that hay fever sufferers have to survive with the signs, yet during the night also.
With the drop in the temperatures at night, the pollen in the atmosphere falls back to the ground aggravating hay fever sufferers' symptoms.
This explains why hayfever patients experience worse signs in the evening which will impact how they feel the following day.
Other researchers have found that over 60% of people with hay fever feel their night sleep is interrupted by their symptoms. This pattern affects around 11.5 million people in the UK.
What can you do to get a good night's sleep throughout the hay fever months?
- Close your windows during the evening and first thing in the morning.
- Wear sunglasses after the sun goes down will help shield your eyes from plant pollen.
- Hang your washing inside to avoid pollen spores on your bedding.
- Shower before you go to sleep. This will help to clean your skin and hair from dust or pollen.
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