Allergy sufferers usually know the moment spring arrives.
Because it’s the same moment their eyes turn red and itchy, and the sneezing, wheezing symptoms of seasonal allergies begin. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology estimates that roughly 35 million Americans suffer with seasonal allergies. However, you don’t have to suffer in a med-induced silence. You can become proactive by preventing and purging your home of sneaky indoor and seasonal allergens in these 8 ways…
As a person who’s extremely sensitive to dust, I recognize the importance of keeping my kitchen table, counter, coffee and side tables free of dust accumulation. I also make sure to wipe away the dust from the cracks and crevices—by that I mean my ceiling fans and vents, baseboards, door jambs, blinds, and air duct vents. I find that when my house is less cluttered; it has less dust bunnies.