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How to take precautions against Dust Allergy

16 February, 2009, Health,Miscellaneous - No Comment

allergy1Allergies are results weak immunity systems. In most cases, they are incurable. However, you can always take measures to control them. Take the required and prescribed steps to avoid them from occurring frequently.

Today’s world is highly polluted so dust allergy has become a common factor for most of us. It is extremely irritating and can make you suffer badly. There can be carious types of effects or sufferings that a dust allergy patient needs to undergo, however one of the most common type of suffering is non-stop sneezes and sniffles. Regular dust allergy attacks with time result in severe sufferings like asthma, choked throat, heart problems, etc.

Here are some of the precautions that you should take in order to keep yourself resistant to this disease.

Always cover your nose when you are traveling. You can either wear a mask that filters the air that enters your nostrils keeps you healthy or cover your nostrils with a handkerchief.

Be very careful when you do dusting and cleaning at home. However, clean your house may be, you can be rest assured that while dusting you can also get a dust allergy attack, if you are very sensitive towards it. The house dust consists of various substances that can give you a severe running or itching nose.

Always use a vacuum cleaner that is traps the dust inside it and prevents it from recirculating it in the air. These will keep the surface clean as well the environment around dust free.

Do not let molds breed. Remove the mold spores from your houses with the help of different chemicals. This will also help you stay free from dust.

Never dust your carpets inside your house. Always take them outside while dusting this will not let the dust mites breed and stay inside the house. You should also try to avoid inhaling as much as you can while you do dusting.

Always consult a doctor if the problem keeps lingering. Medication might not cure it totally but can always provide timely relief.

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