Do you want to protect your children from allergies? Any responsible parent does. After all, your kids have lungs that aren’t fully formed yet. Allergens can make their lives miserable. Even worse, you might not recognise the signs of allergy. Sometimes, they present in the same ways as colds and flu. You need to learn all the ways that allergens can impact your children’s lives. You also need to know the steps that you can take to reduce the level of allergens in the house.
The first thing you should know is the importance of indoor air quality (IAQ). Your kids will spend 90 percent of their lives indoors. If your IAQ is poor, you’re risking the long-term health of your child. When your kid coughs and sneezes, they’re putting pressure on their lungs. A serious disease like asthma could develop, which means your child will suffer attacks that will jeopardize normal breathing. Also, your child will need an inhaler from now on. They’ll grow to dread summer allergy season, preventing them from enjoying one of the best times of the year.
You can prevent this issue by improving IAQ. You should use whole-air purifiers to keep irritants out of your home. Also, get in the habit of dusting more often. While no one likes to dust, it’s one of the worst allergens. Each time you dust, think of the action as making your child healthier. Finally, choose hypoallergenic products for your children’s bedding. For more suggestions and information, read the infographic below.
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