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 Can allergies to pollen make you feel drowsy and lethargic ?
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I've had a sinus infection and been on Allegra-D and an antibiotic.

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However my ears are still very ...


 Allergies!!!!!!!!!?
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 Allergies At This Time of Year?
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 Swollen chest?
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 How bad is my baby's peanut allergy?
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 Allergies???!! help pleaaase?
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 What cause finger, lips and tongue swelling?
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 Time frame for an allergic reaction to a bee sting?
How long would it take for the symptoms of an allergic reaction to appear after the initial sting?...


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 My boyfriend wont let me get a dog because he is allergic.?
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 YIKES! Is it true my mattress will double in weight after ten years because of DUST MITES?
Theres an infomercial on TV touting the Space Age Foam Bed that makes the above claim regarding standard innerspring mattresses. The claim seems impactful, but is there any truth in it?
I know ...



bholly19
Why are my allergies worse at night?
                     





SterilMattress
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When was the last time you cleaned your mattress and pillows? Dust mite allergens (DMA's) and a cornicopia of allergens are living, thriving, and breeding, in the man-made micro-habitat that YOU have created while snuggled up, feeling safe and cozy, in your bed where you spend 1/3 of your life.

The necessity to maintain and sleep on hygienic mattresses has simply been forgotten over the last few decades. I remember quite vividly, back in the 60's, where every spring my grandparents (both sets) as well as their neighbors, my family and our neighbors, would ritually tote mattresses outdoors and then proceed to "beat the crap" out of them with big sticks, 2x4's, baseball bats, tennis rackets...or whatever. We then positioned the mattresses, propped up against a tree, the house, or a fence, to catch the morning and afternoon sunshine. The sun, with its UVA and UVB light rays, has naturally cleansing abilities.

Little did I know then, what I know now. Guanine, a very potent and harmful allergen that destroys living tissue, is predominently found in the feces, secretions, molts, and dead body pieces, of dust mites. An average mattress is home to 2 million nocturnal dust mites. Dust mites "poop" 20 to 30 times each day (or maybe, at night). Doing the math, that's 4 to 6 million fecal pellets being deposited into your mattress every 24 hours. So, we really were "beating the crap" out of the mattresses!

These allergens are so light-weight that simply by "fluffing" your pillow, or rolling over at night (typically, 50-60 times is the norm) cause the allergens to become airborne and therefore inhaled. Guanine enters your lungs, attaches to the healthy lung cells, suffocates and kills them.

Just recently, there are many products being aggressively advertised that claim to be the "end all/cure all" to the problem of dust mites and DMA's. Not a day passes by where you don't see a TV commercial hawking air cleaners (purifiers), HEPA vacuums, special filters, magic dust wipes, mattress enclosures, etc. The problem with these products is that, individually, none solve the problem, none "attack" the source(s) that live, mostly, in your bed.

Hire professional Home Indoor allergen Control technicians to "attack" the source(s) and service your mattresses. If none are available in your geographical area, then visit the link below to learn what you can do, yourself, to reduce the allergens you are living with and inhaling. The informative ebook sells for $7.95, BUT...if you click on the link and tell yourself "I'm Special" you'll get the info free, at no cost, no need to enter an email address, and no need to to download a .pdf file. That's because you ARE special. Just share the knowledge you gain from the ebook with others!

http://www.sterilmattress.com/ebook_dust_mite_removal_tips.html

For more dust mite info see the epa's new website at:
http://www.noattacks.org


pennypincher
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Mine are too. I think lying down aggravates them. Try getting an air purifier.


MJ
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All day you are breathing in and being around those things that your allergic to. At night, you're totally relaxed but it triggers the allergens to "wake up"


Matt A
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Two reasons, One: Dust mites are an allergy/asthma trigger and dust mites are found most around your bed. This is where you shed most of your dead skin while dressing and undressing, getting into and out of bed. Dust mites feed on dead skin.

Second. Your body slows down at night. The body's ability to respond to allergy triggers slows as well. This will cause a lot of coughing, sneezing and running noses.


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Your body is in wind down mode and your nerves are more sensative at night because of relax mode. In the daytime we do so much that we do not have the time to even notice them. At night it is quieter and more peaceful therefore you feel like it is worse at night!


Tigger
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If you are allergic to dust or dander, at night you would be snuggled right up to them.

Consider washing your bedding more frequently. And run your pillows through a fluff-cycle to get the dust out of them.

If you are allergic to your laundry detergent, try to one that is free of dyes and perfumes, and use that.

Good luck!


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