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Very informative, thank you!
Some good new ideas I hadn't thought of.
I was born w/ allergies & 2019 was a banner year for me. Hubby & I traveled to OK in May & after a day outdoors in the wet woods, developed some rather intense symptoms. Despite snow & rain (plus a sandstorm) on the way back to CA, it turned into a severe problem. 4 months of Rx, allergy pills & nasal spray 2x daily followed since it's likely I fit 2 or 3 categories above. I was also beginning serious house cleaning & decluttering.
We have since removed the wall to wall carpeting & replaced w/ vinyl laminate. So much easier to keep clean. We do have a couple rugs & I'm looking for new replacements materials that provide sound insulation, warmth & cushioning w/o trapping allergens. Lots to consider when we get to our new home!
thanks for the tips
Thanks.. helps me to understand DH and DS's problems more.
good info good article. some still won't listen!!!
Thank you so much what an eye opener
Thanks...will definitely use this...
I use a neti pot during allergy season. My doctor said it will wash the allergens out of my nose. It does seem to help a lot and I don't get sinus headaches.
I didn't think about showering after I got back home, that would probably help. I spend all day outside sometimes, and my allergies get really bad. Changing clothes would be the best, I don't know why I never thought of that. http://www.entwoodlands.com/our-services/a
I want to help my husband with his allergies. It's been a really hard year for him. I just want to make sure he's living okay this next year! http://www.bvaac.com/
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