How to Control Allergy Symptoms
Seasonal allergies are mildly annoying for some in Lock Haven, PA, but life-threatening for others. Along with symptoms like itchy eyes and difficulty breathing, allergens can weaken your immune system and leave you susceptible to serious illness. Keep your allergy symptoms under control this season with these five tips.
Keep Allergens Outside
Don’t track pollen or grass in on your shoes and clothes. Instead, set up a changing area where you can leave your outside clothes and at the door and switch into clean, allergen-free indoor clothes.
Step Up Your Home Cleaning Game
Improving your cleaning efforts can help you remove outdoor and indoor allergen triggers. Look for areas like baseboards that you might miss and try to clean more to prevent dust from building up.
Wear a surgical mask when you clean so you don’t breath any allergens that you accidentally kick up or worsen your asthma symptoms from breathing in cleaning chemicals.
Strategically Plan Your Outdoor Activities
Keep track of the pollen and allergy counts in your area and plan the best time to go outside without feeling symptoms. Ideally, you want to go outside right after it rains, but that isn’t always possible. Avoid sunny, windy days with low humidity, as those tend to be the worst days for allergy sufferers.
Invest in Better Air Filtration
If you change your HVAC filter monthly but still suffer from allergy symptoms, the experts at Triangle Heating & Cooling are here to help. Give us a call today at (814) 424-9119.
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