It might be early spring, but allergy levels are already high in Haines City, Florida. Some of the most prevalent allergens include oak, maple and grasses. If you suffer from allergies, read on to learn how to ease severe allergy symptoms.

Keep Windows and Doors Closed

In Florida, the temperatures at this of the year are nearly hot enough to warrant turning on the air conditioner. But if you’re still opening your windows and doors to let fresh air breeze through your home, it’s time to close them. Set your air conditioning system to re-circulate in your home, which will avoid drawing in pollen-rich air from outside.

Perform Outdoor Activities Later in the Day

While springtime mornings in Florida are relatively cool, they’re the worst times to run, garden or do anything else outside. To ease allergy symptoms, avoid spending too much time outside on mornings that are warm, dry and windy. The best time for outdoor activities is later in the evening or immediately after a heavy rainfall.

Wash Your Face and Hands Regularly

Washing your face and hands should be habitual, no matter the time of year. But that’s especially true for people who suffer from allergies. After being outside, wash your face and hands to remove pollen. Remember to also change and wash clothes immediately if you’ve been exposed to pollen. Wash your bedding in hot water once a week.

Install a High-Quality Air Cleaner

Implementing the right HVAC technologies in your home can help ease allergy symptoms. One device that helps homeowners who suffer from allergies is the Trane CleanEffects™ Air Cleaner. It works to remove up to 99.98% of airborne particles in your home’s air, including allergens, and transforms it into a cleaner and healthier environment.

You don’t have to suffer through the spring because of your allergy symptoms. Airpliance can help you improve your indoor air quality and lead a healthier life. Contact us at 863-969-9021 for more information.

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