If you are one of the 50 million Americans who experience allergies, you are probably familiar with the uncomfortable symptoms that often come with allergy season, like itching and watering eyes, sneezing, and a running nose. But did you know that allergies can also make you feel tired?
Everyone knows that allergies cause sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, and nasal congestion and that for some people these symptoms can be more severe than for others. For these people allergies can feel like a curse, making them feel sleepy, irritable and downright miserable.
There are many medical explanations for allergies, including the theory that the body is overreacting to the typical allergens.
But there’s one other reason why some people with allergies are more affected than others, and this has to do with their jaw size. If you had normal-sized jaw anatomy, then it’s less likely an allergy attack would bother you; in fact, it’s less likely you’ll even have allergies in the first place. Let me explain.