Natural Allergy Cure That Works – Our House

Apparently I inherited the “allergy genes” passed onto my mom from my granddad; some of the allergies and symptoms that we suffer are almost identical. Being fearful (sometimes legit, sometimes not) of the side-effects that allergy medicine brings, one of the critical things my granddad did was to control the environment that he was living in for one his natural allergy cures. Here are some things that he did that made a HUGE difference.

An air purifier

Invest in a quality air purifier. But before doing so, do a little bit of research. If you’re buying for your home then a large job purifier would be better for the larger space; whereas if you’re buying for your office then a smaller purifier would do the job. And there are different kinds of air purifiers, from asthma-specific purifiers to pet/industrial/chemical-sensitive purifiers. For me and my granddad, we picked the general all-purpose kind, one that does ionization, picks up pollens, and uses ultra-violet light to kill the viruses and bacterias in the air.

It is especially important that you leave the air purifier on while you’re resting and sleeping. It allows your body to recover the way it suppose to instead of working to fight the allergy responses.

Dust mite and mold resistant sheets and pillowcases

For those allergic to dust mites and molds, these are blessings from heaven. There’s nothing worst than the sneezing and itchy throats keeping you up at night, and these sheets will help in allowing you to get the rest that you need. There are also allergy curtains and wallpapers available, but that’s going to cost you a bit more money. But it might be worthwhile to invest in them as one of the natural allergy cures if you’re seriously suffering from the symptoms.

Also, you can get a free allergies E-book in our website here: Natural Allergy Cures. This book is about all the natural drug free ways to treat and cure allergy and asthma problems.

Author: Tracy Ma
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