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    Night Time Allergies - Can't Breathe - Please Help!
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    djenkins86 posted:
    Hello!!

    I have the worse night time allergies that have me so congested that I have to breathe out of my mouth all night long. I wake up with a sore throat and not feeling rested every morning. I've tried OTC allergy medicines, nasal sprays and a few decongestants but so far nothing seems to help. It's to the point where I'm so congested but my nose is still running that I have to put a piece of tissue in my nose just to stop the running so I can fall asleep. I'm at my wits end! I need a fix to this so I can sleep again. Thanks in advance for any help or insight you can offer!
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