Since allergies are generally brought on by environment-related triggers, eliminating these triggers in your home environment is the best thing you can do for your health. However, most people don’t understand the role allergens play in creating a number of problems and therefore don’t eliminate the triggers until they have already made all the other changes necessary to make their symptoms worse.
Because there are so many triggers for food allergies, even some of the simplest ways to eliminate them can prove to be challenging. For example, it can be very difficult to remove some allergens from your home when you keep certain foods on the shelves where kids could reach them, or even to keep the vacuum cleaner away from the couch when you enjoy eating there after work, but you often can’t completely eliminate the presence of allergens that are a main cause of the reaction.
Therefore, people with allergies are often forced to go through life without proper medical treatment and suffering the symptoms of their allergic reactions. Allergies are an irritating condition that makes you uncomfortable and when left untreated can cause serious health complications.
Now, I want to share with you some good news about allergies. The good news is that allergic reactions can actually be cured by using a variety of effective home remedies. It’s just a matter of changing certain things in your lifestyle and not relying on allergy medications.
There are also some seasonal allergies that are more likely to occur during the summer months. This will be due to the changes in weather and other elements that are sometimes out of our control. The good news is that during the winter months, which are usually the allergy season, a person can still experience seasonal allergies.
However, the best solution for a winter allergy is prevention, since winter allergies can still affect your body even if you don’t get a noticeable reaction to the pollen that you may have been exposed to last year. There are many factors that contribute to the severity of seasonal allergies, including the chemicals in the environment, weather, and your genetics.
Therefore, it’s not necessary to panic when you find yourself with seasonal allergies as long as you know what causes them. Since most people with allergies live in cities, they may not realize how difficult it is to avoid these allergens when they are in areas where they are often found.
One of the most common allergens that affect the majority of people is dust. Dust mites also tend to cause seasonal allergies.
Mites are small insects that feed off of dead skin cells and mucus. When they find a host, they will crawl up the skin and lay eggs.
Food allergies also tend to be common indoors, especially mold and dander, which are both common indoor allergens. Both of these substances produce a lot of allergic reactions in humans, but their symptoms are often quite different.
As for mold, this is a substance that can grow anywhere: in refrigerators, bathrooms, and restrooms, and in the corners of rooms in factories and chemical plants. And the main symptom of chemical exposure is an intense itching that lasts for several days.
Mold exists as a part of the natural environment and plays an important role in our ecological system by breaking down and digesting organic material.
It is neither plant nor animal but belongs to the kingdom “Fungi.”
Mold is everywhere. We cannot totally eliminate mold from the environment.
Moisture can infiltrate our homes via exterior moisture intrusion, interior plumbing leaks, conditions of high humidity, poor or improper ventilation design, poor storage practices and flooding.
Mold can start growing the instant it comes in contact with water.
Moisture is the only thing we have control of when addressing mold growth issues.
No water. No mold growth