Center for Allergy and Asthma of Georgia

How Can I Improve My Indoor Allergy Symptoms?

How Can I Improve My Indoor Allergy Symptoms?

Reducing Your Indoor Allergies

As we continue to spend more time indoors, you may have noticed that your allergies are acting up more than they used to. Learn how our board-certified specialists at Center for Allergy and Asthma of Georgia can help improve your symptoms so you can breathe easier at home.

Clean Your House Often

From pet dander to mold and mildew, there are plenty of indoor allergens that can cause your symptoms to flare up. Though you may be cleaning commonly touched surfaces to avoid the spread of viruses and other illnesses, it’s important to focus on cleaning the areas that tend to build up with allergens. This includes living spaces, bathrooms, and bedrooms.

Keep Your HVAC Maintained

Most people suffer from allergies of some sort, but relief from sneezing and sore throats doesn’t always come in the form of a pill. Making sure your HVAC system is working properly can improve the air quality in your home and reduce the number of allergens indoors.

You should have your heating and cooling system maintained at least twice a year — especially before your spring allergies hit. Additionally, keeping your air filters clean is one of the best ways to cut down on allergens in your home. Ensure that you’re installing filters that are best for people with allergies, such as fiberglass filters.

Seek Allergy Treatment at Center for Allergy and Asthma of Georgia

Though you can work to improve your symptoms at home, you may not be able to find total relief on your own. Whether you’ve had allergies for years or recently experienced symptoms, seeking treatment for your allergies with our board-certified specialists at Center for Allergy and Asthma of Georgia can help.

Now more than ever, it’s crucial for patients to seek treatment to keep their symptoms at bay and prevent unnecessary exposure to an urgent care or emergency room. Our team at Center for Allergy and Asthma of Georgia can help you determine if you are suffering from allergies and create a personalized treatment plan to help you find relief.

Contact our team today to schedule your consultation: (770) 285-5200.