Dust contains dust mites which are one of the main culprits causing allergic rhinitis. If you are allergic to dust it is important that you remove any carpets which trap and hold dust. You should also ensure your house and furniture is spotless.
When air pollution or smoke particles get trapped in the mucus linings of the nose, an allergic reaction, excoriation and an inflammation of the mucus membranes may occur, predisposing one to sinus infections.
Mold is also highly responsible for allergic rhinitis and if left untreated it may pre-dispose you to sinusitis. Any area in your home that is both warm and damp provides a comfortable environment in which bacteria can grow and multiply. This includes electrical appliances.
Furry pets such as cats or dogs, plant pollens and cockroaches may also cause an allergic response and inflammation of the mucus membrane linings. This does not mean that one should find a new home for a much beloved pet however as long as your loved one visits a doggie grooming parlor regularly and if he/she has long hair, gets a trim.
Mold problems are always associated with water problems. Mold can not grow without water. House cleaning helps keep mold under control. Mold grows on window frames, in refrigerator drip pans, and other areas that gather moisture. Cleaning these areas regularly can prevent a problem. You have to keep your home as dry as possible.
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