13 Tips To Limit Indoor Allergies

indoor allergies

As I said in my previous topic, limiting indoor allergies require some attention to our daily habits. So, let’s continue our topic with these 13 tips to limit indoor allergies. 1- Clean your bedroom carpets regularly, and it is better not to use them at all if possible. Instead, keep small carpets and shiny ceramic/wooden floors. 2- Clean your bathroom with mold killing products to guarantee banishing mold from your house. Use the same products for basement and attic. It is also better to use exhaust fans in kitchen and…

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Seasonal Allergy Symptoms

Seasonal allergy symptoms

During certain seasons, some of us may get allergic to the climate changes, including dry/dusty weather and spring time. Most of allergy symptoms are similar to the common cold and flu symptoms developed by infection. There is a difference between seasonal allergy symptoms and flu infections, even in the cases when both require medication, which is the degree of severity and which group of symptoms occur together. In common, flu infections, runny nose, sore throat, coughing, high temperature, fatigue and headache are the most obvious ones characterizing flu. These symptoms…

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Exercise And Allergy

Exercise and allergy

People with pollen allergy find great difficulty to stay outside their homes, even for a short while, and it may represent a huge challenge for one to think of exercising outside in the morning, when the pollen is in highest counts. Morning, outdoor exercises should not trigger any problems/symptoms with the right types of medications, even in bad cases. But to make your usual exercise habits less itchy and easy, there are a few things to keep in mind before thinking of an outdoor workout. 1- Identify your pollen: Understanding the type of…

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Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal allergies

Seasonal allergy – or seasonal allergies – is a term used in most allergy cases to describe a group of symptoms that occur in certain seasons due to pollen, dust, hot weather…etc. Seasonal allergy is experienced by people who are allergic to different types of pollen such as tree pollen, grass/weed pollen, and flower pollen. It usually affects the respiratory system of the patient, but in some cases it affects the eyes and skin and it can trigger asthma symptoms as well.   Pollen Allergy For long time, the above…

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Why Pollen Count Is Important

Pollen count

Most of us have seen in the news a pollen count report/forecast, but we may want to understand the further significance of pollen count for reducing allergy symptoms, and how it is measured or obtained. The pollen report is usually displayed as “low – medium – high “, to indicate the amount of pollen in the air. It is usually displayed with daily notes on the different types of pollen existing in the air. How pollen count is measured? Pollen counts are measured in easy methods; commonly a small detector…

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Pollen Allergy

Source .. www.healthiana.com Among seasonal allergies there is one irritating and painful allergy that many of us suffer from; the pollen allergy. Pollen allergy happens in spring, when the winds carry the pollen of blooming flowers and plants to help them reproduce. You can’t control pollen allergy as pollens are inhaled with the air to enter your respiratory system, and some people may have all spring long. The symptoms are a bit like cold, but in most cases are severe such that a person may not be able to read…

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