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Indoor allergies

Our newsletter this week will be focusing on Indoor allergies.


1. Indoor Allergies
2. What is house dust (Dust Mites)?
3. What is animal dander?

4. What are Molds?
Tinnitus List
6. The remedy finder and how it works?

  1. Indoor Allergies

    As the temperature decreases now most people will spend more time indoors. However most people will suffer from indoor allergies than staying outdoors in the cold.

    Allergens are actually living and breeding in your homes.

    What are indoor allergies?

    Indoor allergies are the body's physical reaction to airborne particles called allergens. These allergens can include any one of the following:

    • Dust mites
    • Animal dander
    • Indoor mold
    • Cockroach droppings

  2. What is house dust (Dust Mites)?

    Dust mites and house dust varies depending on the following:

    1. How old your home is?
    2. Where do you stay?
    3. The temperature and humidity?
    4. What lives in your home (Animals and Plants) ?

    There is not a single house in the world that is dust free even if your home is cleaned daily.

    House dust is an airborne mixture that might contain fine particles of soil and plant material from indoors or outdoors, particles of human and animal skin (dander) and hair, fabric fibers, mold spores, fragments of insects that have died and their waste, food particles, and other debris.

    1. Minimize Dust in your home.

      It is almost impossible to have a dust free house But everyone can have a practically dust free bedroom.

      To create a dust-free bedroom, it is necessary to reduce the number of surfaces on which dust can collect.

      The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases suggests the following guidelines:

      1. Practical Changes to the Bedroom to reduce dust mites.

        Carpeting makes dust control impossible. Although shag carpets are the worst type for the dust-sensitive person, all carpets trap dust. Therefore, hardwood, tile, or linoleum floors are preferred. Treating carpets with tannic acid eliminates some dust mite allergen, but tannic acid is not as effective as removing the carpet, is irritating to some people, and must be repeatedly applied.

        Keep only one bed in the bedroom. Most important, encase box springs and mattress in a dust-proof or allergen-proof cover (zippered plastic). Scrub bed springs outside the room. If a second bed must be in the room, prepare it in the same manner.

        Keep all animals with fur or feathers out of the room. People allergic to dust mites often are allergic to cats, dogs, or other animals.

        Use only washable materials on the bed. Sheets, blankets, and other bedclothes should be washed frequently in water that is at least 130EF. Lower temperatures will not kill dust mites. If you set your hot water temperature to a lower value (which is commonly done to prevent children from scalding themselves), wash items at a commercial establishment that uses high wash temperatures.

        Keep furniture and furnishings to a minimum. Avoid upholstered furniture and venetian blinds. A wooden or metal chair that can be scrubbed may be used in the bedroom. If desired, hang plain, lightweight curtains on the windows. Wash the curtains once a week at 130EF.

        To prepare the room for a dust-sensitive person, clean the room thoroughly and completely once a week; clean the floors, furniture, tops of doors, window frames, sills, etc., with a damp cloth or oil mop; air the room thoroughly; then close the doors and windows until the dust-sensitive person is ready to occupy the room.

      2. Vacuum cleaning.

        Vacuum cleaning pays an integral role in the removal of dust mites.

        To determine just how much dust is on your bed , take a white cloth and vacuum the base ,your sheets and your pillows. You will be supervised to see the amount of dust mites in your room.

        Your room must be vacuumed at least 4-7 Days a week.

        Always move the bed to clean the floor underneath it (This is a haven for dust mites)

        Never ever leave the vacuum in your room after vacuum cleaning .
        Always clean the vacuum after each use.

        Avoid using mats in your bed room that just gives dust mites another home to infest. Your closet and clothes should also be vacuumed once a month.

        Remember a dust free life is a happy one.

  3. What is animal dander?

    We all love them but the fact is the animal dander is one of the main causes of serious sinus problems. Many People suffer from the dander of the animals and don't realize it.

    1. Tips for animal lovers.
      • Never allow your pet to enter your bedroom.
      • Frequently vacuum rooms where your pets live.
      • Wash your pets weekly to decrease the amount of dander.
      • Brush your pets outside bi-weekly to remove excess and dead hair.

  4. What are Molds?

    Mold are known to cause harmful side effects to humans.

    In order for molds to be harmful, they first must enter our bodies and then be distributed to the appropriate sites within the body.

    Once they are in your body then they consume organic food. The byproduct of this process is call mycotoxin.

    They names says it all, mycotoxin is poisonous to most humans.

    1. How does mold cause sinusitis?

      Sinusitis is caused from inhaling the mold spores into the sinus cavities.

      As the mold spores enters on of the sinuses, an allergic reaction takes place which causes inflammation and blockage or closing of the sinus to the nasal.

      Once your sinus are blocked, pressure starts to build and this causes pain to the sinus sufferer.
    2. Where does mold grow?

      Molds are part of our organic and natural environment.

      Outdoors, molds play a critical and important part in nature but indoors mold growth should be avoided.

      Indoor molds can only grow in wet moist environments.

      They cannot grow without water or a moist surface.

    3. How do I tell if I have a mold problem? 

      Indoor molds have a specific unpleasant odor.
      So in search of molds "sniff around the house" to identify possible mold spores.

      Look behind wall cabinets, furniture, any areas behind windows and all areas in the house that are moist and have a specific smell.

    4. How do I get rid of mold?

      If you have found mold growth in your home clean it up immediately and fix the mold source of water. If you don't sort out the water problem the mold will most likely re grow.
      Fix all water problems between 24-48 hours. After this period molds start to grow.

  5. The Remedy finder and how it works ?

    The remedy finder is a unique and very special tool to accurately identify what type of sinus you have and what remedy to take to relieve that type of sinus. We have found out in the past that everyone is an individual and not every one has the same type of sinus.That's why we have 18 remedies which are specifically designed to treat your specific sinus symptoms.The remedy finder using a complex sets of mathematics,science and obviously your symptoms and then computes the chosen remedies for you. Just 16 questions and the remedy finder will tell you what remedy to order and what the remedy does.
    Click here to try the remedy finder now

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