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7 Reasons You Feel Constantly Exhausted, According to Doctors

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You are probably suffering from allergies

People who suffer from different allergies are more likely to develop insomnia and a constant feeling of exhaustion. Living with an allergy could be really difficult for some people, but you have to change your sleep environment to feel better during the night.  

According to Kathleen Dass, MD, an allergist immunologist at the Michigan Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Center, “allergy cells, called mast cells, have their own circadian rhythm, and they are most active at night when we are trying to fall asleep. This is why people with seasonal or year-round allergies will complain of more stuffiness or runny nose when they’re trying to fall asleep. It’s also why eczema or hive sufferers will itch more at night and why asthmatics are more likely to go to the emergency room in the middle of the night.”

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