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It’s that Time of Day!

The severity of allergy symptoms can vary throughout the day. When are your allergy symptoms the worst?
In the morning when I get out of bed
My symptoms really go crazy around midday
By dinnertime I feel horrible
It doesn’t matter – they’re always bad

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