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Updated 12 March 2014

The big sneeze

Allergies often flare up first thing in the morning. And there’s nothing to leave you feeling more run-down than aggressive allergies.

Sneezing, itching, wheezing, sniffling and coughing?

There’s nothing to leave you feeling more run-down than aggressive allergies.

It's good to take note, though, that allergies often flare up first thing in the morning.

Take action:

Try taking your allergy meds last thing before bed, so they'll still be working come dawn.

And because many allergy drugs cause drowsiness, what better time to lie back, relax, and let the remedy do its job.

A sneeze could be deadly

 

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