the new allergy zones
And brought a lot of discomfort to about 35 million Americans with seasonal allergies.
However, pollen may not be the whole reason to shed tears and runny nose in your eyes.
Amazing allergens lurk in unexpected places in your home and make you feel worse.
Actually, the sneeze list-
It is very long to induce criminals: animal dandruff, mold, dust and mites (
Small insects that thrive on organic matter, mainly skin flakes)
And pollen brought into the house from outside.
But these stimuli can be controlled. -
Processing them will help to alleviate your symptoms.
We went to four top experts and asked about the unexpected sources of your sneezing and some rooms --by-
Room Tips for eliminating them. Living RoomPet-
Pet-friendly tourists usually have animal dandruff on their clothes.
When they visit, they can put this irritating thing on the upholstered furniture-
Even if they don\'t bring fedora or Felix.
Vacuum your couch and cushion chair after pets
There\'s a friend sitting on it.
By using an allergen with a HEPA filter, prevent the allergen from spewing out from the right side of the machine (
It captures tiny particles so they can\'t escape the dust bag).
These items come into contact with the skin, which means that tiny flakes fall off and contribute to mites.
If your pet is sitting on it, taking things or playing with them, they will also be covered with animal dandruff.
Roll the items in the dryer height 10 to 15 minutes a week. (
If this will damage the material, please clean it according to the manufacturer\'s instructions. )
The shelves in the bedroom are not only twists and turns of your novel plot, but also lead to tears in your eyes and tears in your nose.
You can also blame the dust collected on books and other bookshelves --
Residents including photo frames and souvenirs.
Books can also cause mold problems in the interior, especially in wet environments.
Put all kinds of shelves, including bookshelves, away from the bed or drive them out of the bedroom completely.
Place the trinkets behind the glass doors so they don\'t collect dust.
Clean the surface and vacuum bedroom floor at least once a week.
Pillows the warmth and humidity of your body will encourage dust to grow on the pillows, no matter what stuffing they have.
Either new pillows with old pillows every year or allergic pillows --
Proof that you wash the lid once or twice a month with hot water (
Follow the manufacturer\'s instructions).
The sturdy and comfortable housing is made of tightly woven fabric and does not penetrate dust ---
It feels good to touch.
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The moisture retention of the bathroom floor mat in the bath mat can cause mites and mold to thrive.
Choose a washable mat and wash it once a week.
After the shower or hot tub, hang it up, open the window or run the fan.
When you get food in and out of the refrigerator, the refrigerator door is sealed and moisture, debris and spills accumulate in the gaps in the door seal and encourage the mold to thrive there.
Wipe the seal with a mold mixture-
Use bleach and water every week;
Use a cotton swab to enter the groove and clean it thoroughly.
When you cook, the cooking steam floats from the pan bowl pans basin and settles in places you may not clean every day, causing mold build-ups.
Wet areas include walls, ceilings, cabinet doors, upper shelves, and areas hidden behind large appliances.
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If mold does appear, remove it with a solution of bleach and water.
Laundry room wet clothes and bacteria can grow on wet, unwashed clothes, these clothes are placed for a few days before washing, can also be placed in the washing machine bathtub for more than a few hours on clean clothes grow
Don\'t let wet, dirty clothes pile up and dry the freshly washed items as soon as possible.
Here\'s an additional idea: replace the powder with laundry detergent, which creates irritating dust and worsen your allergic symptoms.
Around the house, when you get home after a while in the outdoors, your shoes, clothes and hair are covered with dust and pollen (
Long hair and loose hairstyles tend to cause irritation more often than short or tight hair).
Cover your hair with a hat or scarf when you\'re out.
After returning home, remove the hood and shoes inside the door, change into clothes that are only worn indoors, wash your hair and dry your hair.
Wash your combs and brushes every week so they don\'t have any irritation.
Wet soil can support the development of mold, and if you spill occasionally when watering, you can encourage growth on any carpet or curtain you happen to encounter.
If mold and dust cause you to have serious symptoms, send the plant away or throw it away.
If you choose to keep the plant, place the flowerpot on the tile and stay away from the curtains.
Additional tip: a layer of pebbles or small stones placed on the top of the soil will prevent the release of mold spores that may grow in the soil.
The fish tank grows in the parts of the water tank or bowl that are not in the water but remain wet.
Accidentally scattered fish food can also help mold growth and nourish the dust flora.
Dry it with a rag-
Water tank parts per day.
When feeding the fish, make sure the food falls in the water, not on the table top or on the floor.