Allergies are common and almost everyone is encountering in everyday life. They can be caused by food, water, insects and pollution and most commonly by dust. Dust allergy can occur due to pollution and garbage, mostly seen on them who are working in a closed and dusty environment or living in a place where they easily encounter dust. How to beat dust allergy and be safe is the question of the hour and here are four tips that can help protect dust allergies.
Firstly when you are traveling, always use something to cover your nose. If you are traveling in a two wheeler, using a helmet would be a wise move. It covers your whole face and saves you from the pollution around you that may cause dust allergy.
Secondly vacuum clean your house at least once in a week. The accumulated dust will not swarm up on you. When you clean the rooms clean the beds and sofas and behind all the furniture where the dust hides. In that case too, don’t forget to cover your nose when doing the cleaning.
Thirdly when disposing garbage from your house, collect all the garbage and put it in garbage bags and throw it far from your house so that they can’t get back to your home again. Things that can be recycled put it in a separate cover and dispose it separately.
Finally make sure that your doors and windows are closed (if it is not extremely necessary to keep them open at that particular moment) when there is breeze and wind which takes the sand and dust. Otherwise you have to inhale the dust and you will be exposed.
Dust allergies have symptoms like flu, fever, breathing problems, headaches, nose blocks, skin rashes and asthmatic attack. These allergies are very common in people who have sensitive skin and also who have wheezing and asthma problems. The people already suffering should have an inhaler with them in case of emergencies. You can easily protect yourself from dust allergies by being a little careful.