Allergies & Snoring
We all know how miserable life can be for allergy sufferers: suffering through allergy season congested, and unable to breathe through your nose. Reports show that recent pollen seasons have been among the worst in decades! And if the daytime misery isn’t trouble enough, think about the impact that nasal allergies will have on your sleep.
Allergies & Sleep
Nasal congestion can make it impossible to get a good night’s rest—all that tossing and turning, flopping from side to side in search of an open nostril and a chance to breathe. It’s rough!
No wonder allergy sufferers are so desperate to find relief, spending literally billions of dollars on antihistamines, decongestants and nasal sprays every year.
Allergies, Snoring & Sleep Apnea
If that wasn’t bad enough, increased nasal obstruction can worsen snoring and contribute to sleep apnea, and the person sleeping next to you suffers as a result, too. On average, the bed-partner of a snorer loses an hour of sleep each night! That’s a lot of lost sleep throughout the course of allergy season.
Allergy Treatment Options
For troublesome nasal congestion, office based Turbinate Reduction can be a remarkably effective solution. A simple, painless 20-minute procedure that shrinks some of the soft tissue inside the nose, Turbinate Reduction can offer years of relief from nasal congestion, pressure and drainage.