Everything outside seems to be tucked in for the winter. Flowers are hiding underground or closed up, trees have shed their leaves, and so on. With no major pollen producers around, it can be easy to forget what is coming when spring arrives: allergy season. We bring this up early because we want to make sure that you and your home are ready to fight back against any indoor air quality hindrances, such as pollen or other allergens, that may mess with your comfort.
There is more than one way to combat those nasty allergens when they try to invade your home and your sinuses. With the help of these tips and our indoor air quality systems in Coeur d’Alene, ID, you won’t have to stress or sneeze nearly as much when seasonal allergy season hits.
Tips to Help Combat Allergies This Season
The best way to avoid allergy issues is, of course, to make sure you aren’t around any irritants that might set off a sneezing episode. This isn’t always possible, so it helps to know some of the ways that you can combat allergies and even reduce the impact that some of those allergens will have on you. Check out these tips to help you out before things start to bloom this spring:
- Stay hydrated. When you are dehydrated, it is going to make you more prone to increased allergy issues. Make sure to drink plenty of water during allergy season as it can help your body combat your allergy symptoms or reduce their severity at the least.
- Keep things clean. During allergy season it can be beneficial to increase your home cleaning regimen. The less dust and debris that are allowed to remain in your home, the less risk there is that these particles can find their way into your system and set off your allergies.
- Take your vitamins. When you are downing a healthy amount of water throughout the day, make sure to take some vitamins too. Vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin D and Omega 3 can help to reduce allergy symptoms.
- Consider adding an air quality system. This is the most effective way to keep the interior of your home clean and clear of allergens. Air filters and air purifiers can capture or destroy contaminants such as pollen, dust, and other airborne irritants that could set off your allergies otherwise. Make sure to have a professional technician be the one to install these whole-home systems so they can offer the maximum protection possible.
With these helpful tips and our systems and services, you can enjoy an allergy season with a much smaller impact on your daily life than it’s had before. Our goal is to help you stay as comfortable as possible throughout the year. The indoor air quality systems and services that we provide are going to help accomplish this.
ACI Northwest is here to help with your home comfort needs or concerns. Please do not hesitate to contact us for helpful advice. Schedule an appointment today or contact us to learn more.