Blog : Allergy Proof Your Home

Tips To Boost Indoor Air Quality

  • 27-November-2016
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Tips To Boost Indoor Air Quality

Give your indoor air quality a boost with these 5 proven tips Every year when winter starts, it brings with it a number of discomforts and health issues. The first few weeks of winter seem to bring sneezing, runny noses, congestion, coughing and body aches. Everyone around you, including yourself, becomes affected – and it becomes even worse when the air indoors is not clean. Indoor air quality becomes a problem in the winter months as windows stay closed and…

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How to Build an Allergy-Free Bed for a Better Night’s Sleep

  • 13-October-2015
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How to Build an Allergy-Free Bed for a Better Night’s Sleep

Allergy sufferers often complain that their symptoms are worse when they sleep and/or first thing in the morning. The theory is that congestion builds up while your body is lying horizontally for hours during the night. While this may be a contributing factor, an even bigger factor may be your bed and its coverings. Creating an allergy-free bed might be just what you need to set up the proper environment to induce a peaceful and restful night of sleep. Sleeping…

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Green Cleaning Tips and Tricks

  • 19-May-2015
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Green Cleaning Tips and Tricks

When it’s time to clean your home, you may want to consider using eco-friendly methods. Traditional cleaning methods generate countless toxins that pollute the air in your home and in the environment. Changing the way you think about cleaning can deliver health benefits, as well. Here are some ways to make your cleaning practices more eco-friendly. Swap Your Cleaning Products The very first thing you should do is to take inventory of the cleaning products in your home and make…

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Get Your Home Ready for Allergy Season

  • 05-May-2015
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Get Your Home Ready for Allergy Season

Are you one of the 50 million Americans who suffer from allergies? With allergy season in full swing, it can feel like there’s no way to get relief. Even staying indoors doesn’t seem to help. It can even make things worse! The air inside our homes can trap dust and pollen leaving it nowhere to go but into our lungs. This is the last thing you want! Luckily, there are some great ways to improve the air inside your home,…

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Enjoy Quality Sleep by Controlling Bedtime Allergies

  • 14-April-2015
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Enjoy Quality Sleep by Controlling Bedtime Allergies

How well we sleep affects all aspects of our lives. When we have energy, it’s much easier to meet any challenges that may arise. Plus, a good night’s sleep helps us feel relaxed and refreshed in the morning, and this feeling lasts throughout the day. There are many barriers that can negatively impact our sleep. One of the most common are bedtime allergies, which worsen in the evenings and can prevent us from getting the quality of sleep that we…

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How To Allergy-Proof Your Bedroom For A More Restful Night’s Sleep

  • 21-October-2014
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How To Allergy-Proof Your Bedroom For A More Restful Night’s Sleep

If there’s one room in our homes we view as a peaceful sanctuary, it’s the bedroom. You want your bedroom to be a place where you can relax and get a good night’s sleep. Unfortunately, many people can’t rest easily because of allergies. Instead of getting recharged for the next day, they end up sneezing, with itchy eyes, and generally feeling terrible most of the night. Take heart — there are many things you can do to help allergy-proof your…

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Mold Allergies: Is Your House to Blame?

  • 28-May-2014
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Mold Allergies: Is Your House to Blame?

Coughing, wheezing, sneezing, stuffy nose, irritated eyes. It’s a typical saga for people who suffer with allergies. If you’re one of the lucky ones who have never experienced these symptoms, just imagine putting up with a bad sinus infection … all the time. What stumps doctors and frustrates patients is that, often, it’s all but impossible to diagnose where the allergic reaction is coming from. It could be from certain foods or pet dander. But allergies also come from environmental…

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