Do you suffer from allergy-like symptoms that keep you up at night?
One of the most important things to figure out is why allergies are causing sleep to be interrupted. There could be a number of reasons, and it is best to determine it by working with a physician.
Those who sometimes complain of allergies disrupting their sleep may not actually have allergies at all, but instead may be suffering from gastric reflux. See the chart below to help understand the difference, and check out more details on tips for evaluating symptoms and coming up with a treatment plan.
- Dr. David Corry, chief of the section of immunology, allergy and rheumatology at BCM