In the winter, most allergens lie dormant. Cold weather is a welcome relief to people with seasonal allergies. But cold weather also means people spend more time indoors. If you’re prone to seasonal allergies it’s likely you’ll also react to indoor allergens, like mold, pet dander and dust mites. Studies have shown that even in households without pets, there is often evidence of animal dander brought in from the outside.
The good news, indoor allergens are easier to address than outdoor allergies.Tips to help eradicate your home of the common allergens: Wash your bedding using... Read More