Cleanliness is important not only from any religious belief, but also for your health. But if you fall ill during Diwali cleaning, then you need to understand the reason.
The festival of Diwali is not far away now! In such a situation, we all know how important is the importance of cleanliness in homes. Cleanliness is not only necessary for any recognition, but it is also necessary for your stay healthy. Kovid-19 has made us more aware about cleanliness. But if this cleaning brings trouble to your health, then you need to know its reasons. You may be a victim of dust allergy. Know what is dust allergy and its causes and tips to avoid dust allergy.
Keeping cleanliness in the house brings positivity, which is a symbol of happiness and prosperity. But, the effort that goes into cleaning the house can only be understood by an Indian. Some people get sick after over-cleaning, or they start sneezing.
These symptoms are not a sign of any disease, but rather indicate that you may have a dust allergy. Let’s know about it –
What is Dust Allergy?
If living in dusty soil makes you breathless, then you may be a victim of dust allergy. Symptoms of dust allergy often worsen during or immediately after vacuuming, sweeping, and dusting. The cleaning process can stir up dust mites, so that they can be inhaled into you.
People with dust mite allergies often suffer the most inside their homes or in other people’s homes. Dust mites are tiny organisms, which can hardly be seen with the naked eye. These grow in house dust and humidity in the air. These are one of the most common indoor allergens.
Its symptoms can be present throughout the year. In addition to allergic rhinitis, dust mite allergies can also trigger asthma and eczema.
Sneezing is not the only symptom of dust allergy, know its other symptoms
runny or stuffy nose
red, itchy or tearing eyes
Shortness of breath
A home doesn’t need to be dirty in appearance to trigger a dust mite allergic reaction. Dust mites are often found in pillows, mattresses, carpets and furniture. When someone vacuums, these airborne fumes reach the nose. The particles are too small to be seen and often cannot be removed using normal cleaning procedures.
There may be other factors that trigger dust allergy
pet pet hair, fur, or feathers
How can you protect yourself from dust allergy?
Make changes in your home and your routine-
Remove carpets and curtains, especially in the bedroom.
Keep pets out of the bedroom, and out of the house if possible.
Keep the humidity in the house to a minimum.
Use “mite-proof” items on mattresses and pillows
Wash bed linens frequently in hot water.
wear a mask while cleaning
So, this Diwali stay away from dust allergy and contact your doctor if you experience any such symptoms.
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