Reducing Allergens this Fall
The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) has recently introduced some ways to help reduce people’s allergies this fall. In an article, they expressed that limiting allergens at home can help people have an easier time breathing this season.
The following article was posted on NewsWise.com:
Newswise — ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, ILL. (September 17, 2013) – Prepping your yard this fall can give you a head start on spring landscaping, but it can also mean suffering from seasonal allergies seasonal allergies. Ragweed pollen and lingering mold can create double the symptoms for some allergy sufferers.
“The daunting task of yard work can be favorable for allergy sufferers if they know how to reduce allergens in the areas surrounding the home,” said allergist Richard Weber, MD, president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI). “Many people think you can only control the environment inside the home, but there are also precautions you can take to help eliminate allergens outside as well.”
While completely avoiding pollen and mold is an impossible feat, the following tips from ACAAI allergists allergists can help you breathe a little easier.
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