Do you go to bed breathing clearly only to wake up most mornings with a stuffy nose? That could be an allergic reaction. For instance, dust mite allergy can cause the same congestion or rhinitis symptoms you get with a cold. Antihistamines and nasal corticosteroids may provide some relief.
That is, once you know the exact cause of your stuffy nose in the morning. It may be due to breathing in an irritant like tobacco smoke. Your healthcare provider will be able to make a diagnosis and talk you through the treatment options.
In this article we’ll look at what could be causing your stuffy nose in the morning and how to manage the congestion.