Lung allergies

Allergies occur when the body detects a foreign substance which it does not tolerate, the skin reacts by forming whitish spots on the face and arms, nasal congestion, watery eyes, lungs become inflamed and breathing can be heard a wheezing typical of asthmatic breathing.

The variety of allergies are diverse as the reactions are in each independent organism, almost all of them manifest within three basic categories: by having direct contact, by ingesting food or by inhalation.

Lung allergies by inhalation manifest as a response to a matter in the air we breathe. In the air we find four agents with high risks of inciting allergies, which are: accumulated dust, pollen from flowers, dander from animals and mold.

Small microorganisms live in house dust, the mites, which are relatives of ticks and spiders.

The live mite is not the problem but their fecal matter that they expel into the air by living on our carpets, curtains, sheets and furniture.

Isolate or keep away from pets, keep them out of the house and your room.

Use nose protectors when cleaning at home to avoid dust.

Try to have furniture without so much finish where dust is concentrated, opt for more minimalist and easy-to-clean furniture and use only what is necessary, it is better to simplify and neutralize the house and bedroom to have a deeper and easier cleaning.

Avoid paintings and carpets in bedrooms or places where the allergic person stays for a long time.

Use synthetic pillows and eliminate feather or foam pillows, synthetic ones are anti-allergenic and can be washed.

The use of tissue or antiallergic toilet paper to clean the nose.

Proper cleaning and good vacuuming of the entire bedroom where the allergic person rests controls the development of lung allergies, while maintaining a comfortable temperature in all rooms with heating between 15º to 18º C all year round .

There are other factors that come from outside the house such as animal dander, mold, if you come into close contact with these you will start to sneeze.

Air conditioning use:

It is an important action to stop lung allergies caused by pollen and helps prevent inhalation of molds and dust mites. Air conditioning helps keep humidity levels low, which keeps allergens away and by filtering the air in the cooling process, sealing the home is an added benefit. The same thing can help you in your car because allergic reactions can originate with a speed of 80 km/h thanks to the pollen that enters through your window in wild places.

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