Why are allergies worse at night?

May 10, 2022
Warm temperatures propel pollen into the air, but cooler evening air causes pollen to fall back down to blanket outdoor surfaces. Pollen (or other allergens) gathered in your hair or clothing during the day can cause allergy symptoms when you go to bed. "When you lie down, everything in your nose starts pouring down your throat," Dr. Parikh explains. Because of the shape of the nose and throat, she believes this may produce more or worse allergy cough, wheezing, and difficulty breathing than standing upright. Salt Therapy for Allergies at Saltworld is a natural strategy to improve your immune system.