Sunday, January 28, 2018
Living with an allergy can be uncomfortable sometimes, especially if it's an allergy that can affect your airways, such as hay fever or a pet allergy. While you can purchase hay fever and allergy products that can help to relieve your symptoms, there are also control measures that you can take in your own home to make things more bearable.
Some allergy sufferers have found that the following home products help with allergies, and work to minimise the symptoms:
If you have an allergy, an air purifier with a HEPA filter might help to control your symptoms at home, especially if you have an allergy triggered by airborne allergens such as dust or pollen. An air purifier works to reduce the number of airborne particles in your home, leaving you with a reduced amount of dust, enabling you to breathe more comfortably.
Dust can be one of the main triggers for allergy sufferers, and dust mites are in abundance around your home, especially in your bedroom. Dust mites can be found in pillows, mattresses and bedding, which is why it is so important to wash your bedding regularly, and use bedding that is designed with allergens in mind. Anti allergy bedding blocks out dust mites and pet dander allowing you to get a better night's sleep.
Similar to bedding, mattresses can be an unwanted home for dust mites, which is why anti allergy mattresses have been designed. Some anti allergy mattresses work due to a probiotic agent being applied to the material, which releases a friendly bacteria ensuring that mould and moisture levels are reduced.
If you suffer from a skin allergy, or sensitive skin, it is important that you use the most suitable cleaning products that will minimise risk of any allergic reaction. Thankfully there are now a lot of organic, natural and unscented cleaning products on the market that will help anyone who is particularly sensitive to certain liquids or chemicals.
Some people find that dehumidifiers help to relieve their allergy symptoms, as they work to reduce mould and moisture in homes, which can trigger allergy type symptoms. They work in a slightly different way to air purifiers, as rather than simply trapping air borne allergens, the dehumidifier traps moisture.