What are Allergens and Strategy to Counter

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Is your home contributing to your breathing challenges? Are you even suffering from Asthma or allergies? Have you ever tried to clean the air in your home? It is a common scientific fact that living inside the home can't help the patient from the allergens. Have you ever noticed little dust particles floating around in the air visible through sun shine? They are always present in the air whether you see them or not. If they are in the atmosphere, they are also present in your lungs. You can't stop them unless you wear a breathing mask. Not very comforting of course. You don't want to be looked like a First World War solider, wearing a gas mask.

These particles are commonly known as allergens because they are responsible for many allergenic reactions. These allergens can be divided into two categories - Dust particles and organisms. Some of them are so small that can't be seen without a microscope. Some of the most common allergens are cigarette smoke, mold, pollen, automobile exhaust, pet hair and asbestos. On a lighter note, Asbestos, though sounds like a chemical weapon, is a fiber that is released into the air from our sofas and chairs.

There are many ways through which you can remove allergens from indoor air. The most common method is to cover the cooking pot while preparing food. It will stop the spread of cooking particles in the atmosphere. Drink a lot of water. Mind you, soda and beer is not water. Six to ten glasses a day can effectively hydrate your lungs and don't count too much on allopathic medicines. The most important is to vacuum your mattresses regularly and don't forget to wear a dust mask while doing it.

Allergens in home are quite a serious problem these days. Something that has not yet been addressed by the Pentagon and CIA. However, you can easily use common methods to minimize the danger and create healthy atmosphere in home.

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