Tag Archives: Allergy

Hoovering the Floor: How Often You Need to Do It

carpetHoovering the carpets often seems like an onerous chore, especially if you have a particularly heavy machine that’s difficult to move across the carpet, let alone lift out of the closet.

But there are quite a few reasons why it should be done, apart from impressing people who stop by for a quick chat. Many of them are health-related. The big question is: How often should hoovering be done? Continue reading

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Dusty Place? Tips For Quick Cleaning

winterDust is one of the most common allergens in either a household or business. Whether you run a business either in your own home or in an office space uptown, it pays to know how best to keep up with the chore of dusting, just so you and your staff (if you have employees) won’t have to constantly contend with sneezing and itchy eyes. Continue reading

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Hot Weather? Don’t Forget to Clean Your Air Conditioning System

Air conditioningWe are just over a week away before the official first day of summer (21st of June), but temperatures are already rising and the humidity is up. This means that it’s definitely time to make sure your air conditioning system is tip-top shape and ready to help you and your business beat the heat. Continue reading

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Office Owner: Keep Free of Allergies With a Clean Environment

officeWhen people think of a clean office environment, they tend to think of everything being in its proper place, no trash anywhere, clean bathrooms, and so on. They also think of people with allergies simply reacting to outside-the-office allergens such as pollen, animal dander, and so on. Continue reading

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Spring Is Here: Protect Your Office From Spring Allergens

winterNow that we are essentially out of the winter doldrums, the weather is slowly warming up, the northern hemisphere is turning towards the sun again—and people in your office are likely starting to sneeze like crazy. There’s no helping people having allergies to all the pollen being spread around out there. In fact, you might be one of the ones with boxes of tissues and antihistamines at the ready. Continue reading

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Allergy

allergyThe summer is on its ending, but there is some thing you need to know.  The air is filled with the fresh scent of mowed lawns and just-cut flowers.  Dogs and cats are out for walks or inside in the air conditioning playing with their owners.  Summer showers bring a clean scent to the air.  These simple occurrences are noticed but not celebrated by one set of people in particular: allergy sufferers.  Just the thought of it can cause an allergy sufferer to remember stuffed up noses, a hoarse cough, red eyes, and exhaustion. Continue reading

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Allergy to pet fur?

When it comes to allergy to animals, many people associate the cause to fur or the feathers. But this is not 100% true. In fact, the greatest villain of this problem is the large increase of mites in the environment caused by the presence of pets. This is because, besides by the critters loose too much skin – and the mite, which feeds these fragments, breeds rapidly. Continue reading

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Allergic rhinitis: What are its causes

Allergic Rhinitis is a condition which is caused by allergic reactions to specific allergens. Whilst there are a variety of allergens which can trigger allergic rhinitis, the most common ones are pet hair, dust, and pollen. Let’s take a little look at why allergic rhinitis occurs, and perhaps more importantly, how the condition can be dealt with. Continue reading

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Allergy of Dust

Dust allergies are without a doubt one of the most common allergies out there. This is because an allergy to dust mites can develop over time. This is a stark contrast to other sorts of allergies which are more often than not present from birth. If you live in a home which is constantly dusty then you stand a huge chance of developing an allergy no matter how old you are. Continue reading

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