Feb 12 , 2019
Reduce Indoor Allergens at Home
When pollen and mold levels are high, allergy symptoms might force you indoors. But indoor allergens are troublesome, too. They can cause sneezing, a stuffy or a runny nose, and itchy, watery eyes. Your best bet for beating indoor allergies is to banish the things that trigger them. For starters, vacuum regularly, preferably with a HEPA-rated vacuum cleaner so you’re not blasting allergens back into the air. When you dust, use a damp cloth to help trap the allergens. The following examples are a few specific allergy triggers and ways to combat them. Keep the air pure and keep out allergens as well.