There are many ways to reduce seasonal allergies in your home. Start by focusing on bedrooms first. Many problems may be solved by getting a good night's sleep and taking an 8-hour break from allergen exposure.
Have you ever noticed how much more allergies affect you in the morning, upon waking?
Dust mites are one of the more common allergens known to trigger an autoimmune response in the human body. Dust mites live and thrive in unprotected bedroom environments, causing specific allergic reactions in a variety of places in the human anatomy, including the nose, eyes, and skins.
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