How To co exist With your Allergies.



By : James Yougler - Published On: August 25, 2016


portrait of a happy woman allergy-free

Like most people, you are probably familiar with allergies. Either you are suffering from a particular allergy or someone that you know is suffering, and you've seen the hardships that they experience. No matter what the case may be, you know what a bother having allergies is. Lucky for you, the following article has tips that can help you or the person you know with allergies.

Always keep allergy medicine with you. It's not always possible to know if your allergies will be exacerbated by the local plants, pollen levels or allergens that await you at your destination. If you have ever had a severe allergic reaction, you may need to bring an Epi-pen along, as well. These single-dose epinephrine shots can save your life in the event of a severe allergic reaction.

Dusting every week is recommended if you want to deal with your allergies better. Polishing furniture will remove dust which will reduce the amount of allergens in the home. Mold in your home could also be causing your allergies. Reduce the mold by cleaning your refrigerator's seal regularly. A lot of mold builds up in refridgerators and is neglected. Each time the door is opened and closed, spores of mold are spread into the air if the seal is not kept clean. Similarly, get rid of mold in the bathroom that may have built up over time. Mold can affect your health, and you may not even realize it.

woman cleaning the cabinet with duster People can be allergic to different things at different times in their lives. For instance, food allergies are prevalent in small children, who are just getting their first exposure to different foods. It is not unusual for growing children to develop pollen allergies later in life as a result of exposure to various protein allergens when very young. If your child begins to display allergic symptoms to pollen or spores, don't rule out a true allergic reaction simply because he or she never previously displayed an indication of a non-food allergy. It's a good idea to keep the windows of your home shut during the daylight hours when the pollen count is at its highest. If cooler air is a necessity for you, get an air conditioning unit.

Now that you've read up on some great tips, you're armed with the knowledge necessary to fight back against those worrisome allergies. After you put these ideas to use, you'll definitely be able to breathe easier!