Archive for the ‘Allergies’ Category
15 Pollen Tips to Help Prevent Spring Allergies
Keep these 15 pollen tips in mind as you try to reduce spring allergy symptoms: 1. Download a free app like the WebMD Allergy to monitor allergy and pollen levels. You’ll get convenient notifications for high levels of pollen from trees, grass, ragweed and more. 2. Although you might be tempted to open your doors […]
How Can You Combat Airborne Viruses like the Coronavirus in Your Home?
Due to the spread of Coronavirus and respiratory infections, there is an increased conversation surrounding the topics of health and safety, especially indoor air quality and the promotion of Healthy Air. Many of us are looking for ways to minimize our risk. Particulate Size of the Coronavirus According to the United States National Library of Medicine […]
What are Some Top Tips for Dealing with Pollen?
This time of year, the yellow clouds of pollen are beginning to blanket everything in sight while also driving your sinuses crazy. Customers ask me all the time, “Is there anything I can to help prevent pollen from being a problem?!” Try these tips to reduce your exposure and lessen the effects of pollen. 1: […]
7 Top Pollen Tips for Better Breathing & Indoor Air Quality
According to the National Institutes of Health, about 35 million Americans are sensitive to pollen. With clouds of yellow pollen blowing all over our community in Gwinnett County, here are 7 top tips to help you reduce your pollen exposure and keep it out of your home! Tip #1: A good quality welcome mat will help keep […]