As we spend more time indoors during the winter months, many people will notice an increase in allergy symptoms. The air in your home can be more polluted than the outside air. Your home can have allergens in the air, including pet dander, dust mites and indoor mold. It may not be possible to get rid of these allergens entirely, but you can greatly reduce your exposure.
The first step to feeling relief from your allergies, is to eliminate the allergens.
To do so, you should clean your home by vacuuming carpets and upholstery regularly. Try using a vacuum with a HEPA filter for maximum cleaning.
Try using an allergen removing laundry additive for extra relief.
Use hypoallergenic cases for mattresses and pillows to keep dust mites trapped.
You can also clean the air in your home with a True HEPA air purifier, which can remove up to 99.97% of airborne particles.