Before anything, we have to know what an allergy is…An allergy occurs when a person’s immune system reacts to substances in the environment that are harmless for most people. These substances are known as allergens and are found in dust mites, pets, pollen, insects, ticks, molds, foods and some medicines.
These simple strategies will help keep stuffiness and sneezing at bay—inside and out.
Today I will present you some ways to prevent allergies so… here we go!
First.-” Don’t Let Pets Sleep with You”
As much as you want to sleep with the family cat or dog, the experts say skip it. Snuggling up with all that fur can cause sniffles even in folks who aren’t highly allergic. What’s the difference between an allergy and a cold? It’s a good bet your child is allergic to your pet if he or she sneezes and has a runny nose for three weeks or more
Second.- “Run Your Air Conditioner”
It may sound counterintuitive, but running your air conditioner is a great way to prevent pollen from entering your house, which is what happens when you throw open your windows. Air conditioners also benefit allergy sufferers by reducing the humidity in the house, If you can’t use your air conditioner, at least close the windows until the afternoon. Morning is when pollen counts are often highest, and avoid using a fan. It just ends up blowing pollen around the room.
Third.- “Exercise Later”
If all those gorgeously flowering plants and trees are making your nose feel all itchy, runny, and stuffy, consider shifting your morning workout to an after-work jog. Early morning between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. is prime time for the highest pollen counts if you have pollen allergies, keep your car windows closed during your morning carpool or commute to work.
In conclusion, if you suffer any kind allergies I think that you should apply one of those options, it can help you in your daily life.