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Ways to prevent your kid from allergies

Ways to prevent your kid from allergies

During spring season almost all of us feel like going for outing with our family but is it always safe to take your kids out in the season when they can be affected by different allergic agents? 
When it comes to preventing your kids from different allergic reactions, you need to know the strategies to keep sneezing and stuffiness at bay. Some of the best points that you can follow in order to enjoy the season are:

1.    Ditch the carpeting
You may feel cushy underfoot while walking over your carpet where we spend almost 6-8 hours of the day but this place can be a haven for dust mites and if the carpet is exposed to a moist place, it provides a suitable atmosphere for molds. Both of them are common allergens and to avoid them you can simply opt for bare floors in this time of the year.
2.    Don’t let them sleep with pets
Kids love being with pets and playing around with them, also some prefer sleeping with them but snuggling up with the fur which carries skin, hair, saliva and many more allergens can prove harmful to your kid’s health. 
3.    Run your air conditioner
This thing may sound obvious but running air conditioner is a great way of preventing pollens from entering your house as long as the filter is clean. 
There are lot many steps you can take to prevent your family from allergies and always seek doctor’s prescription on any allergic symptom.

 

 



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