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Dealing With Indoor Allergies

Identifying where allergies stem from can be very difficult, and when a child is suffering from allergies, it can be very worrying if the root of the problem cannot be found. One of the most common allergies that children suffer from stems from pet dander; this means that dogs and cats are to blame for the sniffling and sneezing. Some allergies are mild enough to be remedied by constant vacuuming, cleaning, and regular trips to the groomer. However, sometimes the allergic reaction can be so harsh that parents have to get rid of the animal.
Another common household allergy comes from dust. Sneezing and even coughing can be incessant if the dust build up is bad enough, and even the act of cleaning can cause allergies to become worse because once dust is moved, it flies into the air and into lungs. Mold is another common household allergy. Mold is worse than the previously mentioned allergies if only because it can be difficult, if not impossible to identify, because mold is often times invisible to the naked eye. Using hypoallergenic products and giving a thorough spring cleaning each season can really work wonders in helping to calm indoor allergies.