January 15th, 2017 7:58 PM by Dan Howard
After testing and treatment for mold and allergens when needed, we should reduce all of the other environmental triggers in the home.
It is a daunting task to remove all of the triggers and allergens in all of a home (or a business, store, office or any building for that matter.
What can be more manageable is to create an area of low allergens in the home. Bedroom areas are ideal for this as this is a place where people spend a lot of time breathing deeply.
Here are a couple of tips to get that process started
The bottom line is that respiratory health is an around the clock issue that deserves our attention. We need to take every precaution we can to reduce the exposures to ourselves and our loved ones.
We also need work with professionals that understand the important stake that their role plays in your health, and have the resources and skills to correct your problems.