9 tips to reduce allergens in your home

Erin Browne

Whether you’re allergic to dust, pollen or pet hair, it’s useful to know how to reduce allergens in your home. And with summer almost here, this is prime time for various pollen allergens lingering in the air. Alongside pollen though, indoor allergens such as dust mites and pet fur can all trigger an allergic response, which can affect daily life.

But don’t despair, there are ways to reduce allergens in your home. What’s more, this should also improve the air quality, making it a little easier to breathe. Simply follow these 9 tips to reduce allergens in your home, and make it a sneeze-free environment.

1. Don’t bring in allergens from outdoors 

Front porch

Front porch (Image credit: Shutterstock)

If you suffer from outdoor allergies, you’re probably bringing allergens into the home through your clothes and shoes. In fact, studies suggest that half of the indoor dust that accumulates in our home is actually produced outside and brought in with us. What’s more, if you have a pet, they’re bringing in extra allergens too. 


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