As our mild winter gives way to our already-warm spring, you could be finding yourself with uncomfortable allergy symptoms. Because of such an uncharacteristically warm winter, pollen and dust levels are higher than normal, and those irritants could be making their way into your home.
Here is a three-step plan to reduce your allergy symptoms and improve your home’s indoor air quality.
If you don’t already know what causes your allergies, seek advice from a medical professional. A doctor can help you figure out what causes your allergy symptoms and whether you need treatment.
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America and the Environmental Protection Agency, the best way to improve your allergy symptoms is to remove the source of the allergens from your home. This could be your pet, houseplants or a dust mite-infested couch. Remove the offending object from your home and your indoor air quality will be immediately improved.
Unless you remove everything from your home and live in a concrete cell, you will likely still have some indoor air pollutants in your home that aggravate your symptoms. You can reduce your exposure to these indoor air pollutants in five ways.
Spring can be a beautiful time with blooming flowers and great weather. But it can also be a major problem for allergy sufferers. Use this four-step plan to improve your home’s indoor air quality.
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