Surviving allergy season is a lot easier if you are prepared. Here are some tips to help you get ready.
- Be ready to clean your indoor air. Replace your regular HVAC filters with high quality filters so that you aren’t blowing pollen and mold around your house. Consider getting a hepa air filter to specifically clean the air in your bedroom and other important living spaces.
- Stock up. Make sure your medication is up to date and fully stocked. Stock up on other things like saline nasal rinse, masks, and hay fever glasses.
- Educate. Let the people you share living and work space with know that it makes a difference in your suffering if windows and doors are kept closed, bedding is clean, and allergens are kept at a minimum