When you’re suffering from allergies in your home, sometimes it feels like all you can do is take Benadryl and wait for your symptoms to subside. But there’s a better way to deal with many common in-home allergies. Using an anti-allergy concentrated spray can help neutralize allergens from dust mites, pet dander, pollen, mold, and mildew.
If you’ve never heard of anti-allergy sprays before, you may be understandably skeptical. The idea of neutralizing allergens by going around your house with a spray bottle sounds almost too good to be true, but anti-allergy sprays are an effective measure. Let’s take a look at how they work.
Mask Allergy Triggers with Anti-Allergy Spray
It’s a common misconception that anti-allergy sprays kill or completely eradicate allergens like dust mites and pet dander. What’s really happening is a masking process.
You may have an allergy to a certain trigger while other people in your house don’t because people react to certain materials in different ways. Over time your immune defense system develops an overreaction, or sensitivity, to a particular material.
An anti-allergy concentrated spray masks the signal that allergens normally send to your nervous system, meaning that your immune system won’t overreact and cause you to experience allergy symptoms like sneezing, itching, or congestion.
Pure & Gentle offers a plant-derived anti-allergy solution concentrate that can be diluted with water and sprayed directly on bedding, upholstery, floors, and other problem surfaces. Because the ingredients are 100% natural, it’s even safe to spray directly on pets (although you should avoid spraying their eyes, nose, and mouth). The spray is odorless and colorless, so you don’t have to worry about it lingering in the room after you’ve used it.
Combine Cleaning with Concentrated Spray to Banish Allergies
While an anti-allergy spray can be a good way to reduce your allergy symptoms, you should always pair the use of the spray with regular home cleaning to make sure the environment is as healthy as possible.
Regularly wipe down surfaces that collect dust, and vacuum areas where your pets spend time at least once a week. You may also want to periodically steam-clean your carpets, since carpet fibers are notorious for collecting allergens.
Use your anti-allergen spray after cleaning for the best results, and then breathe easy and enjoy being free of allergy symptoms.