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Allergy Tips

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Get out of town

Consider taking a vacation during the height of the pollen season to a more pollen-free area, such as the beach or sea.

Choose pets wisely

Get pet allergy testing before you choose a pet.

Wash surfaces regularly

Use single-wipe dust rags and damp mops to clean. If you use cleaning rags, wash them in hot water after every use.

Chores then out the door

During housework, wear a mask to protect yourself from allergens. Afterwards, leave the house to avoid allergens you may have stirred up.

Don't line dry

Avoiding hanging sheets and clothes outside to dry. You'll end up capturing unwanted allergens and bringing them into the house.

Don't mow or rake

Mowing lawns and raking leaves can stir up pollen and mold. If you must, protect your nose and eyes.

Camp with a plan

Avoid camping during high allergen seasons and always pack your medications. Always keep medicine out of the reach of children.

Know when to leave

Outdoor air pollution can make symptoms worse. Consider traveling in the early morning or late evening when air quality is usually better.

Travel with your medicine

Carry on your allergy medicine when traveling. Remember, it is best to have original packaging when passing through security.

Dehumidify and clean

You can reduce moisture in damp basements with dehumidifiers, but make sure to empty the water and keep units clean.

Clear the mold

If you find mold on a hard surface, clean it up with water and detergent and let it air dry completely.

Clean the cage

Waste is a source of allergens from rabbits, hamsters, mice, and guinea pigs. Cage cleaning should be done by a non-allergic family member.

Hot wash, hot dry

Once a week, wash bedding in hot water and dry it in a hot dryer.

Vacuum and filter

A vacuum equipped with a HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filter will help reduce allergens in the air.

Filter your air

Consider using a HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filter wherever you spend a lot of time, especially your bedroom.

Take off your shoes

Leave your shoes at the front door to avoid tracking dust and allergens into the home.

Close the windows

Keep your windows closed to help keep allergens on the outside. If it gets warm, use an air-conditioner.

Choosing the right room

When choosing rooms in a hotel, request a sunny, dry room away from indoor pools and one that is pet-free.

Bring your own covers

If you're allergic to dust mites, consider bringing your own allergen-proof pillows and covers.

Keep pets off the bed

Keep your pets out of your bedroom and especially off of your bed to help reduce their allergic effects.

Give it a rinse

Nasal irrigation or washing of the nasal cavity and nostrils with saline solution can be done daily to help promote healthy sinuses.

Change your clothes

If you've worn it outside, don't wear it inside. That way you avoid spreading allergens around your home.

Keep these tips in sight to help keep allergies away.

Keep these tips in sight to help keep allergies away.

Leave shoes and allergens at the front door.

Leave shoes and allergens at the front door.

If it's dry and windy outside - go out later.

If it's dry and windy outside - go out later.

Check out our pollen forecast before venturing outdoors.

Check out our pollen forecast before venturing outdoors.

Keep your child's room clean. Clutter attracts dust.

Keep your child's room clean. Clutter attracts dust.

Deck your child's bed out with a dust mite-proof cover.

Deck your child's bed out with a dust mite-proof cover.

Keep outdoor allergens out by keeping your windows closed

Keep outdoor allergens out by keeping your windows closed

Keep pets off the couch

Allergens in the air can be reduced by keeping pets out of bedrooms, dens, or living rooms with upholstered furniture.

Plan your day

Base your activities on the forecast. Stay indoors on dry, windy days. A great time to run out is after rain has cleared away pollen.

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