If your baby is allergic, many things inside and outside your home can trigger or cause allergic symptoms. Things that are caused by allergic symptoms are called allergens. Some common allergens in the environment include pollen, mold, house dust The particles, animals are nervous (dead skin fragments) and cockroaches.
You can lessen your child’s allergy symptoms if you limit your contact with your triggers, especially in places where you spend a lot of time, such as at home, school, or your office. Here are some things you can do.
Pollens from grasses, weeds and some trees can be carried through the air for miles. These pollens land in the eyes, nose and airways, causing the symptoms of allergies or asthma. Although it is hard to avoid pollens completely, here are some suggestions:
● Close the doors and windows in the pollen season. Use an air conditioner, if you have in your house and car, if the air conditioner is used in a room, then refine the home’s atmosphere instead of pulling the air from the outside. Wash or replace air filters once a month. Do not use window or attic fans
● Stay away from trees and grass as you can in the pollen season.
● After being out during the allergy season, immediately change your clothes and change your clothes. Do not keep dirty clothes in the bedroom because the garment can be pollinated.
● Dry in your drying dryer, do not get out.
● The worst time for pollen allergy is in the morning
Moulds can grow anywhere but they especially grow in damp and dark areas. They can be found inside the house, outside and even in foods and they grow all year round.
Moulds are often found in bathrooms and basements. They are also very likely to grow in evaporative coolers, humidifiers and the refrigerator drip pan and vegetable crisper.
Here are some ways to reduce mold development:
● In the bathroom, clean the base of tiles, flooring, curtains, and bathtub and shower completely and often. Also clear under sync. Use the cleaning solution which kills the mousse is bleach of an inexpensive house (1 cup bleach in 10 cups water). However use gloves and make sure the area is well ventilated, because bleach is troubled for skin and airways. It is possible. If you are sensitive to bleach, use a home cleaner without bleach, which says it kills the mold.
● Ventilation, especially in moist areas, such as bathrooms, is helpful in mold development. Remove any moist carpet or carpet
● Seal any leaks in the bathroom or terrace, clear cutters and blocked underfloor vents
● Do not use wallpaper on your walls. Some paint discourages the development of the mold, but will not kill the existing mold. Make sure you properly prepare the surfaces and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
● Dehumidifiers can help in maintaining mold by growing in basements like slopes. Look for areas that become moist after heavy rains and fix any leaks that you get.
● Evaporative coolers, evaporators and amplifiers are the ideal place to grow with reservoirs and there are bacteria to grow. When these tools are working, molds and bacteria can be sprayed throughout the house. In general, these devices are not recommended. If you use one, then empty the reservoir daily, clean it with soap and water and drain it well, before the reservoir should be replenished.
● Greenhouse, compost hemorrhoids and houseplants also often make mold ports. To reduce the dispersion of mold spores or to remove them, remove the mud with foliar soil. Reduce exposure to lawn, mousse or garden manure or mulch.
● Remove any dry rotten in wooden frame housing
Pet allergens are found in animal sticks (pieces of dry skin or Russian), saliva and urine. They produce allergic reactions in many people. You can be more sensitive than any other type of animal (such as cats). All beloved and feathered animals can cause allergic reactions.
If you are sensitive to animals and are pets, then the pet should be out of the house or live in just one part of the house and should never be in the bedroom. Keep a family member out of the brush or comb pets. Wash your hands after touching the animal
It is very difficult to remove the family pets, but if a person is very sensitive in your home, then it may be necessary once the pet has gone, clean the house properly. It is especially important to clean stuffed furniture, wall surfaces, carpets, carpets, curtains and heating / cooling systems.
All kinds of things are in the house dust-dirt, insect debris (body parts and sewage), dust particles, dead skin, food pieces, bacteria, fungus and more – many of these substances are allergens in nesting mole houses The most common sources of allergies, especially in wet areas Dust and dust particles are collected on every item in the house, including mattresses, carpets, coaches, clothes, carpets, curtains and soft toys.
Cockroaches and their decoction are a common cause of allergic reactions. To get rid of cockroaches:
● Keep food and garbage in containers with tight lid. Take garbage every day before sleeping
● Never leave food out, especially to keep it out of the bedroom, don’t eat out food or eat dirty food.
● After the meal wash the vacuum or floor, wash the dishes, and wipe the countertops and the stove. Keep the wardrobe clean
● Fix the sources of water which attract these pests, such as leaky tap and pipe pipes.
● Cracks trapped around the house to help prevent cockroaches
● Don store paper bags, newspapers, or cardboard boxes.
● Use bait stations and other environmental safe roach poisons
Smoke and strong odor
Avoid smoke from tobacco products, wood burning fire bags, and stoves. Stay away from areas with heavy fumes from the grass or forest fires, if others want to smoke, then they should smoke out in the car or in the house no one should be allowed to smoke
Do not try to breathe the odor from paint, insecticides, gasoline, household cleaners or other products.
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