Causes of Congestion
Allergies, colds, a deviated septum. Learn how these conditions can cause nasal congestion and difficulty breathing.
Allergies can cause your nasal congestion.
Seasonal colds may be making your nose stuffy.
A deviated septum can keep you from breathing your best.
These different forms of nasal congestion can lead to snoring.
Difficulty breathing can be caused by pets, perfume, cigarette smoke, and more.
Humidity can impact sleep by leaving you feeling hot and uncomfortable. Humid weather can also cause mold, which can lead to congestion, interrupting sleep if you suffer from allergies. Learn more about how humidity can affect sleep and what you can do to get the best night’s rest in humid weather.READ ARTICLE »
Nasal congestion due to inflammation or irritation can often lead to snoring. Learn how congestion causes snoring, keeping you from a good night’s sleep and feeling rested throughout the day. Relieve your stuffy nose and reduce snoring with help from Breathe Right nasal strips.READ ARTICLE »
Mouth breathing, stress, screen time, runaway thoughts, anxiety, or any kind of increased brain activity just before bed are often linked to lack of sleep or trouble falling asleep. Learn how your mind may be sabotaging your sleep, keeping you up at night and preventing you from feeling well-rested and refreshed throughout the day.READ ARTICLE »