Dealing with Dust Allergies with an Indoor Air Purifier

Not everyone suffers from a dust allergy, or allergies in general, but those who do know how severe it can be. My husband suffers from emphysema and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and it is one of the reasons why I need to do my house cleaning on a day when he won’t be in and out of the house all day or will be … Continue reading Dealing with Dust Allergies with an Indoor Air Purifier

4 Ways to Prevent Allergies During Football Season

Football season means allergy season, especially when your kids spend a lot of time playing outdoors and then track pollen and dust into your home. Fortunately, you can take several key steps to prevent allergies. Take a look at these four allergy prevention tips specific to football season. Teach Your Kids to Shower Immediately After Practice Football practice makes your kids dirty and sweaty. Don’t … Continue reading 4 Ways to Prevent Allergies During Football Season

5 Steps to Remove Allergies From Your Teenager’s Room

Teenagers’ rooms can get incredibly messy. To prevent allergens like dust, pollen, and even mold from building up in your teen’s room, force your teen to clean thoroughly at least once per week. This process should include dusting, vacuuming, changing sheets, and doing laundry. Take a closer look at the following five steps to remove allergies from your teen’s room. Pick Up Dirty Clothes and … Continue reading 5 Steps to Remove Allergies From Your Teenager’s Room

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We Interrupt This Blog to Bring You Some Seasonal Allergies

I have NEVER had to deal with allergies in all of my 48 years. Oh sure, I might sneeze a few times, maybe get stuffed up a bit right at the beginning of pollen season, but never in all of my years have I felt the mind numbing congestion, wool-sweater-shoved-down-my-throat, allergies that I have fought with the deepest desperation this past week. So my apologies … Continue reading We Interrupt This Blog to Bring You Some Seasonal Allergies