Dust Mite Allergy
Last updated 6 years ago
Cleaning Your Home to Control Allergens
Follow Dusting Dos and Don'ts One of the best ways to control indoor allergens is by getting rid of dust, because dust mites, the most common trigger of asthma/allergy symptoms inside the home, thrive in dust. Be aware that dusting can actually make things worse by kicking up allergen particles into the air. Use a damp or treated cloth that attracts dust rather than scattering it, and wearing a dust mask when cleaning. Also, try to minimize clutter in your home, since it tends to collect dust.
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