SLEEP GREATER THAN YOUR ALLERGIES.

Allergy symptoms don't go away just because the sun sets. In fact, allergy symptoms tend to get worse when it's time to go to bed. But you don't have to take your nighttime allergy symptoms lying down. Take a look below to see what you can do to be greater than your allergies. Day and night.

Night Sky

FROM SNEEZING TO SNOOZING.

Nighttime allergy symptoms and what you can do about them

ALLERGIES & SLEEP

Nearly half of all allergy sufferers

say nasal congestion is the worst nighttime allergy symptom1

Nasal Congestion Icon
Sneezing Icon
Runny Nose Icon
Itch, Watery Eyes Icon
48% Nasal Congestion Fact
12% Sneezing Fact
18% Runny Nose Fact
18% Itchy, Watery Eyes Fact

So why is nasal congestion worse at night?

The severity of nasal congestion is connected to your circadian rhythm
(your body's clock), making it worse at night and early in the morning2

This can make bedtime a real nightmare1

51% Woke Up at Night Fact
48% Found it Difficult to Fall Asleep Fact
26% Couldn't Fall Asleep Fact
20% Disrupted Partner's Sleep Fact

IMPACT OF LOSING SLEEP3

23.2% Had Difficulty Concentrating Fact
18.2% Had Difficulty Remembering Fact
11.3% Had Trouble Driving Fact
10.5% Had Difficulties With Finances Fact
13.3% Said Hobbies Were Affected Fact
8.6% Reported Poor Work Performance Fact

GOOD NIGHT. GREATER TOMORROW.

Quick tips to keep nighttime allergies from keeping you awake:

1Keep windows shut

3Wear clean pajamas to bed

5Use a dehumidifier

7Use hypoallergenic bedding

2Use thick drapes to block light

4Set the temperature around 65o F4

6Take a shower before bed

8Keep pets out of the bedroom

Make once-daily FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ Allergy Relief part of your daily routine

Don't let nighttime allergy symptoms keep you awake. Once-daily FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ delivers powerful relief in a gentle mist for nasal congestion and other nighttime allergy symptoms. It helps block 6 key allergic substances that cause your symptoms. Most allergy pills only block 1.*

Sleep better —and be greater—day after day.

Learn more about FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ 

*Mechanism vs most OTC allergy pills. Flonase® nasal sprays act on multiple inflammatory substances (histamine, prostaglandins, cytokines, tryptases, chemokines, and leukotrienes). The exact number and precise mechanism are unknown.

Sources:

  1. National Institute of Health. Epidemiology and burden of nasal congestion (April 8, 2010). Retrieved June 1. 2017 from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2866547/
  2. National Institute of Health. Pharmacologic approaches to daytime and nighttime symptoms of allergic rhinitis. (November 2004) Retrieved Jun 1, 2017 from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15536446
  3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Insufficient Sleep is a Public Health Problem. (September 3, 2015) Retrieved June 1, 2017 from https://www.cdc.gov/features/dssleep/
  4. National Sleep Foundation. Inside Your Bedroom. Retrieved June 1, 2017 from https://sleepfoundation.org/bedroom/touch.php

SLEEP GREATER THAN YOUR ALLERGIES.

Allergy symptoms don't go away just because the sun sets. In fact, allergy symptoms tend to get worse when it's time to go to bed. But you don't have to take your nighttime allergy symptoms lying down. Take a look below to see what you can do to be greater than your allergies. Day and night.

Night Sky

FROM SNEEZING TO SNOOZING.

Nighttime allergy symptoms and what you can do about them

ALLERGIES & SLEEP

Nearly half of all allergy sufferers

say nasal congestion is the worst nighttime allergy symptom1

Nasal Congestion Icon
Sneezing Icon
Runny Nose Icon
Itch, Watery Eyes Icon
48% Nasal Congestion Fact
12% Sneezing Fact
18% Runny Nose Fact
18% Itchy, Watery Eyes Fact

So why is nasal congestion worse at night?

The severity of nasal congestion is connected to your circadian rhythm (your body's clock), making it worse at night and early in the morning2

This can make bedtime a real nightmare1

51% Woke Up at Night Fact
48% Found it Difficult to Fall Asleep Fact
26% Couldn't Fall Asleep Fact
20% Disrupted Partner's Sleep Fact

IMPACT OF LOSING SLEEP3

23.2% Had Difficulty Concentrating Fact
18.2% Had Difficulty Remembering Fact
13.3% Said Hobbies Were Affected Fact
11.3% Had Trouble Driving Fact
10.5% Had Difficulties With Finances Fact
8.6% Reported Poor Work Performance Fact

GOOD NIGHT. GREATER TOMORROW.

Quick tips to keep nighttime allergies from keeping you awake:

1Keep windows shut

2Use thick drapes to block light

3Wear clean pajamas to bed

4Set the temperature around 65o F4

5Use a dehumidifier

6Take a shower before bed

7Use hypoallergenic bedding

8Keep pets out of the bedroom

Make once-daily FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ Allergy Relief part of your daily routine

Don't let nighttime allergy symptoms keep you awake. Once-daily FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ delivers powerful relief in a gentle mist for nasal congestion and other nighttime allergy symptoms. It helps block 6 key allergic substances that cause your symptoms. Most allergy pills only block 1.*

Sleep better —and be greater—day after day.

Learn more about FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ 

TAGS: Flonase Sensimist / About Allergies / Indoor Allergies / Types of Allergens / Allergy Causes / Allergy Symptoms / Living With Allergies

*Mechanism vs most OTC allergy pills. Flonase® nasal sprays act on multiple inflammatory substances (histamine, prostaglandins, cytokines, tryptases, chemokines, and leukotrienes). The exact number and precise mechanism are unknown.

Sources:

  1. National Institute of Health. Epidemiology and burden of nasal congestion (April 8, 2010). Retrieved June 1. 2017 from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2866547/
  2. National Institute of Health. Pharmacologic approaches to daytime and nighttime symptoms of allergic rhinitis. (November 2004) Retrieved Jun 1, 2017 from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15536446
  3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Insufficient Sleep is a Public Health Problem. (September 3, 2015) Retrieved June 1, 2017 from https://www.cdc.gov/features/dssleep/
  4. National Sleep Foundation. Inside Your Bedroom. Retrieved June 1, 2017 from https://sleepfoundation.org/bedroom/touch.php