I have developed a problem with wheezing. It starts around 7 pm and goes until around 9 am. There is none during the day. Doesn’t matter if I am horizontal or vertical or where I am. It is like clockwork. It has the doctors completely stumped. It is like the wheezing (which is extremely loud) is on a timer.
I had a cough for the past two years, mostly at night. I have tried everything. The ENT scratched his head and admitted he didn’t know. We finally found it was caused by my asthma. It was just a tickle in the throat that caused me to cough violently. He found that it was a type of asthma attack. I will bring this to his attention, as I am extremely allergic to mold.
Do you have forced air heat, on a timed thermostat? Could it be something in the ductwork contaminating the air in your home?
Allergens around the house, but not at the workplace?
My doctor told me a story like yours some years ago. He had a patient who only had allergic reactions on Sunday. Every Sunday by the time he got out of church his hands and arms would be swollen and he'd have hives. It was like clockwork - just like yours. They kept trying to eliminate different things - it took weeks to figure out. Then it came to them - the only thing different as he read the Sunday comics - printed with colored inks. This was back in the days of black and white comics. Anyhow, he quit reading the Sunday comics and was cured. Is there anything you do after 6 o'clock?