Here's how to allergy-proof your home

As your bedroom is likely to be the place you spend the most time in while at home, some steps you can take to allergy-proof it is to avoid carpets and launder the bedclothes weekly in hot water. — Filepic

Many of the allergens that make you sneeze or have a runny nose may come from the room you spend the most time in.

So let us talk about your bedroom as it is probably the room you spend the most time in.

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Allergies , allergic rhinitis , pets


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