1. Clean, clean and clean some more

The less dust and pollen in your house, the better. Vacuum often, consider replacing carpeted floors with hardwood or tiles and make sure that those often-overlooked nooks and crannies, such as skirting boards, are regularly wiped off.

2. Learn how to read food labels carefully
Do you suffer from a food allergy? Learn how to spot hidden allergens in processed products. Usually it is required that the top eight food allergens are listed on packaging (milk, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, fish, shellfish)

3. Invest in a dehumidifier
You have probably been told that a humidifier will improve your breathing, but a dehumidifier could actually work better if your allergies are triggered by dust or mold, especially in a humid area.

4. Is it actually an allergy?
First establish whether your lingering sinusitis symptoms are a cold or allergy. It is easy to misdiagnose yourself and cover up the symptoms with over-the-counter solutions instead of getting to the root of the problem.

It is vitally important to consult a healthcare professional before we conclude that we have allergies. Visit:https://peermedhealthcentre.co.za/

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