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Tips to Easily Get Through the "Allergy Season"

Spring is the season when nature revives, but it is also the most maddening time for "allergy sufferers" with endless sneezing, itchy nose, persistent coughing, and even triggering asthma, seriously affecting work and sleep quality. To solve this problem, it is recommended that "allergy sufferers" should stay away from allergens and ensure the air quality around them. Professor  from the Respiratory Department of the First Affiliated Hospital of Medical University pointed out: "For allergy-prone groups, it is very necessary to have an air purifier at home. Not only can it effectively filter out harmful substances in the air, but it can also eliminate allergens." 

Easily Get Through the "Allergy Season" - It's That Simple

Equip with an air purifier. When the outdoor air quality is poor, using an indoor air purifier is an effective way to reduce the concentration of indoor pollutants, improve indoor air quality, and enhance indoor health and comfort.

Cover with dust mite proof mattress cover In spring, there is a lot of wind and sand, and pollen is abundant, so it's best to use a dust mite proof mattress cover to cover the mattress, quilt and pillow during the day. In addition, the bed sheets should be washed with hot water at least once a week, and then air-dried or machine-dried.

Use less spray cleaning products A study involving 3,500 people found that using spray cleaning products weekly can increase the risk of asthma by 30% to 50%. 

Wash plush toys After the weather warms up and windows are opened more, plush toys are easy to accumulate dust. It is recommended to have no more than two plush toys on the bed, and to wash them at least once a month.

Change shoes when entering 80% of the dust is brought into the room by the soles of shoes, and pollen, bacteria, pesticides and insecticides are also brought in. The editor suggests that for children with severe allergic reactions, it's best to take a shower and change clothes immediately after returning home from outside.

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