9 HealthCare Practices to Protect from Allergies

9 HealthCare Practices to Protect from Allergies
Cough & Sneezing Itching Redness
  • Environmental Allergens — Dust mites, cockroaches, mold, pollen, bee venom.
  • Food Allergens — Peanuts, Eggs, soybeans, milk, nuts, and mustard seeds.
  • Insect bites, the fur of pets, antibiotics, and anti-seizure medications.
Environmental Allergens Food Allergens Fur if pets
  • Identify sources of seasonal allergies. Avoid them.
  • During the monsoons, keep the vicinity dry. Never ignore molds or fungus multiplying due to moisture and dampness on office walls. Mold allergies are frequent during the monsoon.
  • For no dampness in wardrobes, sort out the junk. Clean weekly till interiors are dry.
  • The use of an electric dehumidifier device is beneficial to stop the fungus growth preventing mold allergies and reduce the moisture.
  • Filter out allergens like dust or pollen keeping windows closed.
  • Avoid pets. Don’t engage in dusting, vacuuming, and cleaning if allergic.
  • Throw away rugs, carpets, and fuzzy blankets helping in fungus growth and dampness.
  • The intake of over-the-counter medication as prescribed by the physician eases minor allergic reactions like nasal congestions or allergic conjunctivitis.
  • Application of ice and topical creams with good content of “corticosteroids” reduces swelling, and itching due to allergies.
over the counter, keep your vicinity clean and dry, application of creams

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