5 Easy Ways To Cure Dust Allergy Naturally

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Whether it is pollen allergy in summers or dust allergy in winters, each season brings some allergy triggers with it. And when the season changes, you have to welcome uncontrollable sneezing and coughing as well. Dust mites are the main culprits behind the development of dust allergy and related diseases such as asthma and rhinitis. So that you can smell winters in the air, you need to do something to tackle dust allergy because surely you don’t want to spoil all your winters’ fun. So, here are some amazing ways that can help you to deal with a dust allergy.

1.Sunlight And Hot Water:

As you already know, dust mites are responsible for causing dust allergy. So, first of all, it is important to put off the growth of dust mites. As direct sunlight kills dust mites so you’re your bedding in the sun whenever possible. Also, wash your bed linens in hot water, the temperature should be 130 F or higher to kill the mites. Make, sure you do it once in a week.

2.Essential Oils:

If somehow, you caught up with the dust allergy, you can use essential oils (eucalyptus or lavender oil) to cure it. All you have to do is to add a few drops of essential oil to a diffuser and inhale its vapor. Do this one to two times a day to get better results. Eucalyptus and lavender oil have soothing and anti-inflammatory properties which are effective in treating allergies and congestion.

3.Raw Honey:

Allah has blessed us with honey which truly does wonders for us. It is mainly very useful for those suffering from seasonal allergies. You can consume 2 teaspoons of raw honey twice a day, it will help you to cure dust allergy and may make you less sensitive over the time.

4.Dehumidifier:

Dust mites die when humidity falls below 40 to 50%. For that matter, use a dehumidifier that dries out the air around you thus keeping anything that triggers dust and allergy. Moreover, you can also consult with the physician to seek medical advice.

5.Peppermint Tea:

Add a teaspoon of dried peppermint leaves to a cup of hot water and allow it to steep for almost 10 minutes. Then strain the tea and let it cool a bit. It would be more beneficial if you add honey to it. Drink this tea three times a day, it will provide an immediate relief from sneezing, coughing, and a runny nose.

Now that you know how to tackle and get rid of dust allergy, do share this information with your friends and family. As nobody likes to suffer so let the information pass on to others. For more information, you can consult with the general physician.

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Samiha Khan
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