How To Calm The Itching And Sneezing

 

 

It’s that time of the year that most people dread. That’s right, it’s allergy season again. If you are one of the unlucky ones that live with allergies, then you know what is coming your way. Don’t worry, because this article contains advice that can help you face allergy season with a brave face.

Use hypo-allergenic cases for your pillows to keep dust mites from aggravating your allergies while you sleep. These cases seal the mites out of your pillow, yet remove easily for washing. Dust mites are a major cause of indoor allergies, so this simple step can save you a lot of suffering.

Get rid of carpeting and avoid using rugs. Carpet fibers harbor allergens such as pollen, dander, dust mites and dust. No matter how much you clean, you will never get them all, and they will continue to cause irritation for people with allergies. Instead, use flooring such as tile or hardwood that can be easily mopped.

Keep your doors and windows closed if you suffer from allergies. While a lovely breeze through your home can be refreshing, it can also cause misery if pollen aggravates your allergies. Use fans or a central air system to circulate the air instead, which should minimize your allergy symptoms.

Many people experience dull, throbbing headaches as a symptom of their allergies but overlook the actual cause. Painkillers may offer some relief from the pain but do not address the underlying problem. Even though antihistamines are not considered pain relievers, taking one can treat the allergic reaction itself and therefore, eliminates the headache.

Clean your home thoroughly and regularly. Vacuum at least two times a week and dust just as often. Be sure to wear a mask and gloves to avoid getting any irritation from dust or from the cleaning chemicals that you use. Use specific cleaning tools for allergy sufferers, like a vacuum with a HEPA filter.

If you have pets and struggle with allergies, you may not know whether your pet is adding to your troubles. To find out whether or not your pet is the culprit, visit your doctor and ask to have a pet dander allergy test. If you pet is the cause, it is unlikely that you will have to go as far as getting rid of the pet. That said, you will likely have to change a few things.

If you see signs of mice or bugs, enlist the aid of a professional exterminator. Cockroach, rodents and other pests can all make your allergy symptoms much worse. Hiring an exterminator and safely and quickly eliminate these unwanted guests from you home, allowing you to relax and breathe easy.

If you are an allergy sufferer try to limit the amount of what you take in that effects you the most. Get rid of dust if it is bugging you and making your allergies flare. Keeping your pets groomed and clean at all times may help your allergy to pet dander; another option is find a new home for them. Vacuuming and dusting will also help with pet dander.

Allergy season may be upon us, but we don’t have to live in fear of it ever again. This article contains enough advice that should help even the worst allergy sufferer make it through allergy season for years to come. Just remember it, and use it before things get out of control.