By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC
Dust seems to be a never ending issue. It is in the air, on the couch, under furniture, on the television screens, on our computer screens, in our noses and in our body. How do most people go through life in a dusty environment and seem to not even notice it is there? They do not realize it is there because they are free of allergy symptoms. While on the other hand, myself and others can walk into a room and immediately start sneezing, wheezing and get a tightness in the chest!
Does this ever happen to you when you visit a friend? You have been feeling just fine all day until you get to the friend’s house. As soon as you get there, you start getting a headache, a cough or asthma like symptoms. Then you have to make a silly excuse to leave the friend’s home and go back to your home.
Leaving a friend’s home early is not your friend’s fault. Their home is clean, but maybe their air ducts have not been cleaned in awhile or maybe they missed a few spots under their couch when they cleaned. The fault or cause lies within the immune system. It is over reacting as usual. The end result is allergy symptoms too easily and too often that get in the way of social life.
Running your own allergy test on yourself or a family member is easy to do! We make our testing available via the internet so we can help people all over the country. When you do our allergy test at home you get answers so you know exactly which items you are reacting to so you know what needs to be avoided.
Dust is hard to avoid, it is everywhere but it is good to know if you need to be careful. With any test ordered clients can email me for allergy symptom support and I will be happy to email you information on some of the helpful products we have at the clinic.
Dust happens, even to the cleanliest people and allergy symptoms happen. Learn which items are causing your symptoms, get tested! Do our allergy test at home TODAY!
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Medical disclaimer: Testing cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.