Allergy, whether we like it or not, is a chronic condition and will linger in the backgrounds of our lives. As with any medical condition, it is important to evaluate your options and choose the methods that work best for you in context of your lifestyle. One key to deciding treatment methods is to delve into the scientific research behind them. Allergy avoidance based on junk science is a waste of time, effort, and money.
However, trying to sift through such reports can prove tedious, leaving your mind-numbingly bored and more confused than before. Therefore, I’ve taken the liberty of searching out these experiments and breaking them down to the essential information that will help you in your allergy treatment decisions.
Over the years, science has made incredible advances in allergy avoidance discoveries that reduce the exposure to indoor allergens such as dust mites. Smooth (non-textile) flooring, indoor humidity control,increased air ventilation, acaricides, and allergen-impermeable encasements have all made an impact in the quality of life for sufferers. This particular study acknowledges that and seeks to see exactly how effective they are. (Read Complete Article )