Whether it’s the flu during the wet season or dust during the dry season, every season comes with its own allergy.
With dust allergy, you might be overwhelmed with uncontrollable sneezing. Guess what? The environment isn’t just responsible, it sounds funny, but it’s true. One piece of dust can contain pet dander, pieces of dead cockroaches, and mould spores, along with dead skin and dust mites. Both cockroaches and pet dander are common allergy triggers, too. Cockroach waste, saliva, and body parts are a problem in some homes.
Some symptoms of dust allergy are a runny nose, sneezing and sniffling, itchy and red eyes, coughing and wheezing, shortness of breath, and tightness in the chest. Below are some homemade remedies that can help you get rid of dust allergy.
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