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One of the worst, and most pronounced, symptoms of an airborne allergy such as house dust mite is eye problems. Everybody who suffers knows the drill. You wake up and your eyes are inflamed, sore, red and itchy. Of course you take your antihistamines and normally, throughout the day, you see a steady reduction in … Continue reading Dust Allergy Quick Tips: #14 Eye Drops

Sinus pressure must be the worst, most debilitating of all dust allergy related symptoms. Learn how to overcome it and reduce sinus pain.

Most allergy sufferers will be aware of anti-histamines.  They’re the common, over the counter tablets which counteract the overactive levels of histamine in the body.  However taking them at the appropriate times is also an important part of your allergy routine. As the bed is the place with the greatest concentration of dust and dust … Continue reading Dust Allergy Quick Tips #13: Antihistamines at Night

Sinus pressure must be the worst, most debilitating of all dust allergy related symptoms. Learn how to overcome it and reduce sinus pain.

Getting enough proper sleep has a profound affect on the bodies ability to recharge and regenerate. If you are run down you are more susceptible to viruses and less able to fight off illness. So when a bout of sinusitis kicks in, it’s more likely to lead to a cold or flu.  Don’t let being … Continue reading Dust Allergy Quick Tips #12: Sleep

Sinus pressure must be the worst, most debilitating of all dust allergy related symptoms. Learn how to overcome it and reduce sinus pain.

Dust allergy quick tips

Sinus pressure must be the worst, most debilitating of all dust allergy related symptoms. Learn how to overcome it and reduce sinus pain.

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Hello everyone. I feel like my dust Diary may have inadvertently turned in to a weather diary – but the nature of allergies I suppose is intrinsically linked to the seasons. That and the fact I’m British and we just love to talk about it 😂 So here we go. It’s freezing again. Literally. So … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 41

Hello everyone. I feel like my dust Diary may have inadvertently turned in to a weather diary – but the nature of allergies I suppose is intrinsically linked to the seasons. That and the fact I’m British and we just love to talk about it 😂 So here we go. It’s freezing again. Literally. So … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 41

Hello everyone. Still on the crest of a mini mid-winter heatwave here, so still good on the allergy front. Of late I’ve, as part of the new year effort we all try to make, I’ve made a significant effort to banish dust completely. I’ve put into practice all the techniques and ideas I’ve read over … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 27

Hello everyone. Still on the crest of a mini mid-winter heatwave here, so still good on the allergy front. Of late I’ve, as part of the new year effort we all try to make, I’ve made a significant effort to banish dust completely. I’ve put into practice all the techniques and ideas I’ve read over … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 27

Hello everyone. Apparently Storm Georgia is raging through Britain today. We now asign names to our storms like they do in the US, only they’re not hurricanes and usually all it just leads to lots of chuntering and the occasional displaced cat. On the allergy front though, it’s not all bad. Storms are usually associated … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 24

Hello everyone. Apparently Storm Georgia is raging through Britain today. We now asign names to our storms like they do in the US, only they’re not hurricanes and usually all it just leads to lots of chuntering and the occasional displaced cat. On the allergy front though, it’s not all bad. Storms are usually associated … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 24

Hello everyone. Still in the depths of darkest winter here in the UK. There is a slight South Easterly wind blowing. With temperatures highs of 6 degrees and lows of -1 tonight, enough to test the most thermal of underwear, but not enough to raise even an eyebrow from a Norwegian. Why am I rambling … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 14

Hello everyone. Still in the depths of darkest winter here in the UK. There is a slight South Easterly wind blowing. With temperatures highs of 6 degrees and lows of -1 tonight, enough to test the most thermal of underwear, but not enough to raise even an eyebrow from a Norwegian. Why am I rambling … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 14

Hello everyone. Much improved dust allergy symptoms today. It’s been such a worthwhile exercise starting this diary, as it’s given me a reason to log my experiences, and try and gain some momentum, as opposed to constantly discovering different things and then forgetting them again. So following my skin issues earlier in the week relating … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 11

Hello everyone. Much improved dust allergy symptoms today. It’s been such a worthwhile exercise starting this diary, as it’s given me a reason to log my experiences, and try and gain some momentum, as opposed to constantly discovering different things and then forgetting them again. So following my skin issues earlier in the week relating … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 11

Hello everyone. I was doing so well. I was sleeping in the most dust free, minimalist environment I had done for many a year, feeling very smug with myself. And after a long day I decided to give my sinuses a bit of TLC with a long, hot shower. The only problem was it was … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 10

Hello everyone. I was doing so well. I was sleeping in the most dust free, minimalist environment I had done for many a year, feeling very smug with myself. And after a long day I decided to give my sinuses a bit of TLC with a long, hot shower. The only problem was it was … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 10

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