If you have indoor allergies or allergic asthma, it is important to control your environment and reduce your exposure to allergens. By taking these simple steps, you can help to reduce your symptoms and improve your quality of life.
1.) Download the DailyBreath mobile app and check your DailyBreath Forecast daily to help you understand the allergens, pollutants, and weather conditions that may impact YOUR allergies and asthma.
2.) Keep your windows and doors closed to keep pollen and other outdoor allergens out of your home.
3.) Keep your home free of pollen, mold, pet dander, dust mites, and other allergens.
4.) Change your HVAC air filters regularly (every three months). We find people just don't change their filters often enough.
5.) Use an air purifier in your home rated for the square footage of the room you are trying to purify.
6.) Use an Allergen Spray (2 to 3 times a week for best results) to help reduce indoor triggers.
7.) Vacuum regularly with a HEPA "high-efficiency particulate air" filter vacuum cleaner.
8.) Wear a dust mask when cleaning or vacuuming.
9.) Avoid triggers such as smoke, perfume, and strong odors (like cleaning chemicals)