Indoor Allergens – How to Reduce Them and Feel Better!

*I received a sample of the Venta Airwasher for review. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.*

My son has allergies and asthma, so his little body is extremely susceptible to allergens. While I can’t do much about it when we’re outside, I do everything I can to reduce the amount of allergens in our home. I want him to be as comfortable as possible at home, since there’s not much to be done about how he feels while he’s out and about.Screen Shot 2015 11 24 at 6.38.42 PM Indoor Allergens   How to Reduce Them and Feel Better!

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Notice I said, reduce. You’ll never be able to remove all indoor allergens. However, every little bit helps. I know that my son’s comfort is directly related to the amount of allergens in our home’s air.

Dust

Dusting is a big one for keeping indoor allergens down. Dust flies around the air and up our noses. Attached to that dust are things like pollen, dander, dust mites – all kinds of nasty stuff that irritates our systems. Dust with a cloth and a light dusting spray to trap the dust on the cloth rather than just spread it.

Vacuum

Our carpets and hardwood floors are home to all manner of indoor allergens. Hardwood can trap its fair share of allergens, but carpets are the big offenders. Vacuum both hardwood and carpeted floors weekly. I like to give my carpets two good vacuums. You’d be amazed at how much you’ll pick up on the second go around.

Keep Bathrooms Clean

Mold is an indoor allergen that a lot of people don’t think about, but bathrooms are great for making mold. Clean your bathroom once a week to eliminate current mold and future mold growth.

Wash Sheets Regularly

Regular washing of sheets can help dramatically reduce indoor allergens. Sheets can be home to dust mites, mold and pollen spores, and animal dander. A weekly sheet washing helps reduce the amount of allergens that you roll around in all night.

Use an Airwasher

An airwasher is one of the best ways to reduce indoor allergens. With an airwasher, you can drastically reduce the amount of mold, pollen, and other allergens in your home’s air.

I recommend the Venta Airwasher. With my son’s allergies and asthma, I need something that can make a big difference in the quality of my home’s air, and the Venta Airwasher does that.

This Airwasher is the original dual design humidifier and and purifier. It’s 100% German made and has the extreme durability and reliability. It’s also hygienic, low-maintenance, eco-friendly, and exceedingly simple to use, fill, and clean. It features a cold water evaporation system which allows the Venta to put only the amount of moisture into your home’s air that it needs. There are no filters to change or white dust, either.

Check out this video to see how the Venta Airwasher works.unnamed 110 Indoor Allergens   How to Reduce Them and Feel Better!

Reducing Indoor Allergens with Venta is a Big Help

I’ve seen a marked improvement in my son’s allergies and asthma since I began using the Venta Airwasher. I had already gotten the level of allergens in my home way down, but with the Venta, those levels are even less than before. It’s amazing to see how much better my son feels when I already thought he was feeling pretty great.

If you have a family member with asthma or allergies, follow the tips I laid out above and get yourself a Venta Airwasher. Between my tips and this Airwasher, you’ll have indoor allergens squashed in no time.

 

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