How To Allergy Proof Your Home This Spring

Seasonal allergies can be a real pain. Not only are you sneezing, coughing, and fighting a runny nose or itchy eyes, but you are also missing out on sleep, and this starts to affect your life. Luckily, there are ways to fight the allergens and in turn, fight the allergy symptoms, in your own home. 


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Reduce dust mites and other allergens in the bedroom by using dust mite covers on your pillows and mattress. You will sleep better and seriously reduce your allergy symptoms.
By limiting or eliminating carpeting and drapes from your home, less dander and other allergens will be able to stick and cause you trouble. Try laminate or hardwood floors with washable rugs if you miss the plush touch to your living space.
If you suffer from allergies it is incredibly important to dust and vacuum your entire house regularly. Dust collects quickly and causes irritation to those with seasonal allergies.
Keeping your windows closed and your air conditioning or fan system on keeps your clean air in, and the allergen dense air out. Make sure all the clean air you are creating counts!
Not only is it for your own safety to make sure that you have proper ventilation in your kitchen and bathroom, but it also limits the ability for mold to grow and keeps allergens out.
Cleaning the air where you sleep or spend most of your time with an air purifier could really help your allergy symptoms, but make sure to do your research. You should also make sure that you have a great filter in your ventilation system; try to make sure that it is a HEPA filter.

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