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Home Allergy Management

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by the makers of REACTINE®, yet as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

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Last week we had some incredibly mild temps. After many months of winter, it was nice to open those windows and feel the fresh {not frigid} air again. It really made me realize just how much we are quarantined during the winter months.

For this reason, we make our homes as comfortable, happy, and healthy as possible. Yet, what if allergens find your home just as comfortable as you do? It’s not ideal to spend so much time surrounded by something that literally makes you sick. 

The most common allergens at this time of year are the household kind. They come in the form of dust, mold, mites and even pet dander. Place these allergens in a closed environment with recycled air, and you might have all sorts of issues on your hands. 

Luckily, there are some simple solutions when it comes to home allergy management.While no home can be completely allergen-free, there are steps to take in order to reduce the allergens in your home so you can be more comfortable and breathe easier. 

 

Tips for Home Allergy Management

 
1. Clean your home regularly – Make sure you do plenty of dusting both in the obvious places yet also those areas that are easily forgotten like under the fridge and behind home electronics. Also, ensure you are picking up the dust and not just flying it into the air, as it’ll just settle right back down again. Ensure wet and warm places like the shower walls are cleaned regularly as well, to prevent mold. 

2. Do some laundry – I’m not talking the clothing here, but your bedding and drapes. Plan on washing bedding and pillows weekly and drapes and other fabrics at least once a month. It’s an added chore, but one that’ll rid of mites and dust. Doing this makes a big difference, especially the air quality when you are sleeping. 

3. Vacuum – regularly vacuum your floors, yet don’t forget under and behind furniture and even vacuum your mattresses too. When’s the last time you vacuumed your mattress? Yikes!

4. Invest in a good Air Purifier – We got an air purifier a few years ago and it’s helped the air quality in our home more than I had imagined. Not only will the air quality in the home improve greatly, it also removes dust particles in the air and absorbs odours.

5. Replace Filters – Furnace filters reduce airborne allergens in your home by attracting and capturing dust, pollen, and lint. Yet you have to replace those filters regularly! 

6. Reach for Allergy Relief Medication – Sometimes home allergies get the best of you, no matter how much cleaning you do and how many preventative measures you make. In these instances, you’ll need to manage allergy symptoms with help.

For your own comfort, have REACTINE® ready. It can start to work in 20 minutes and lasts for a full 24 hours. REACTINE® relieves allergic symptoms like itchy and watery eyes, runny nose and sneezing, nasal congestion and stuffiness, and itchy nose and throat, and itchy skin.

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Available in a variety of non-drowsy formulas, REACTINE® gives relief for every member of the family above the age of 6. To save while shopping, here is a REACTINE® coupon too! 

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Implementing these tips will allow you to take that sigh of relief instead of sneezing, wheezing and sniffling. After all, you’re the most comfortable in your home when you are heathy. 

 

 Do you have any other tips for managing allergens found in the home?

 

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27 Comments

  1. I have tried all of your tips, except I haven’t tried Reactine. I’d love to try it because my allergies are driving me crazy!

  2. Thanks for the reminder that allergy season is coming up! I better stock up on some meds now…..

  3. Cleaning all my blinds is such a big task on my list of things to do this spring to help reduce allergens. But man, blinds are so not fun to clean! I’d rather drapes you can wash in the machine! But cleaning them really does help with the allergy attacks.

  4. Thanks for these great tips. I have terrible allergies, and I try to keep the house as clean as possible. It really helps!

  5. This sounds wonderful for anyone suffering from allergies. It’s nice to see a 24 hour medication that starts working so quickly.

  6. It is only March here and my throat is already itchy. I try to survive allergies by not going out on high pollen count days.

  7. These are great tips. Also, having hard flooring rather than carpeting is another tip for those like me who are allergic to dust, dirt and other allergens. Carpet harbors a lot of those things.

  8. Great tips. We would not be able to survive without our air purifier. I haven’t heard of Reatine but will have to check it out.

  9. Great tips! I have noticed now that the snow has melted that my allergies are starting. Who knew that there was something called snow mold?
    I definitely need to give my house a thorough cleaning to combat the dust. We live in a basement apartment and it seems that I’m always battling with dust bunnies.

  10. My son is going to get hit with his allergies pretty soon. I’ll have to mention this to him!!

  11. These are all really great tips. I need to stock up on this. I just bough an air purifier!

  12. Something that has definitely helped me is an air purifier. We invested in one as soon as we moved into our apartment and it has made a huge difference.

  13. Dusting always helps my allergies! My allergies have been acting up because of the change in seasons.

  14. Everyone in my house suffers from allergies pretty bad so I’ll definitely be using some of these tips. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Allergies seem to attack everyone in my family all at once. Thanks for sharing these awesome tips! I will have to try Reactine!

  16. I’m so glad I don’t have allergies. My mom suffers from them bad and I feel for her. I may need to share these tips with her.

  17. I find that spring cleaning definitely helps as does using natural cleaning products.

  18. All excellent tips. I really need to get on this as I can feel the beginning of allergy season start for me at home >.<

  19. Getting even a minute or two of fresh air, no matter how cold (or hot, if your house is closed up in the summer from extreme heat), can really help with indoor allergies, too.

  20. My partner has really bad allergies. We do a deep clean of the entire house every week making sure to get all of the dust, washing curtains and ceiling fan blades before they get turned on again.

  21. I love your tips for keeping the home allergen free! We would like to invest in a good air purifier for a large room, perhaps you could do a review? 🙂

  22. Allergy season is the worst! I have allergies all year round and I find that Reactine works wonders! Great blogs ! Thanks for the tips!

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