Excluding cleanliness, that happens because your blood vessels have more pressure when you lay down. A way to tell your body to regulate faster is to hold your breath out. Like, breathe out normally and hold it out for as long as possible. Then try to breathe normally through the nose. This lets your body know it's lacking air and will attempt to open stuff up, including the nostrils. Again, this only works if the issue isn't your bed/room being dirty, allergies, you being sick etc.
Oh man, I'm tired of this. I've had this for about 7 years or more. But two days ago I was using nose drops. I have completely lost my sense of smell. And I said I had the corona virus. I went to the doctor and he told me I have acute sinusitis
Does anyone wake up with phlegm every morning ?
I've got hayfever and am dealing with that shit atm. Nothing I do unclogs it so I can't sleep
allergic reaction to something
Your nostrils are always like that because certain smells simply are not reactive enough to be smelled if they go past your smell neurons at full speed. You just don't notice it when you're not hyper-aware of your body because you've nothing else to do when you're going to sleep.
Perfectly normal and it is supposed to be this way
does someone have these issues after smoking a lot of weed?
Fucking hate that.. or when you switch sides and then both decide to close and a few hours later you wake up and your mouth feels like the Sahara desert