Could indoor allergies be causing your sniffles and sneezes this winter?
Although we are a month or two away from springtime outdoor allergies, your wintertime sneezing and sniffling may be coming from indoor allergens. People and animals spend most of the time indoors during the cold winter months which could cause your allergy symptoms to arise.
Various allergens such as mold, pet dander, dust mites, feathers inside pillows and blankets, and dust could be to blame for your allergic reaction.
There are certain things you can do to limit your exposure to allergens indoors such as cleaning and sanitizing bedding, dusting regularly, and keeping your pets clean and groomed. Sometimes it may be necessary to see a doctor if the symptoms become too bothersome.
To read more about indoor allergens, visit this site.
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