No matter how much you try to keep your home clean, you can never completely rid it of dust.
The air will always blow it in.
Even with tightly closed windows and doors, there will always be a speck of dust
Of course it goes without saying that once you step out of your home, you will definitely encounter dust.
For those who are unfortunate to have allergic reactions to dust, how can they help themselves to relieve their allergies?
Below are some homemade remedies that can help.
1. Diet rich in Vitamin C
Vitamin C boosts the immune system by keeping it healthy. It also helps in the treatment of infections, viruses. This vitamin in particular, is widely known for its amazing antioxidant potential. When it comes to dealing with dust and seasonal allergies, vitamin C supplementation has phenomenal effects in treating them. Some vitamin C fruits include Oranges, Kiwi, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Guava etc.
Honey contains small amounts of local pollen, which is believed to help with dust allergies. This is mainly useful for those who have seasonal allergies as regular consumption of small amounts of pollen via raw honey may make an individual less sensitive to it over time. All you need to do is consume two teaspoons of raw honey, twice daily.
If you have dust allergy, dehumifying the air can help. Dehumidifiers are devices that pull moisture out of the air, drying it out, thereby keeping mold triggers at bay. Dust allergy is often caused by dust mites plus molds, both of which thrive in humid conditions. Hence, a dehumidifier is your best bet to relieve dust allergy and its symptoms effectively.
4. Aloe Vera
Aloe vera is rich in monosaccharides and polysaccharides. Together, these compounds strengthen white blood cells, making the body more capable of fending off bacteria, viruses and other diseases. Aloe vera is also full of antioxidants which treat dust allergies. All you need to do is drink 3 to 4 tablespoons of aloe vera juice twice daily.
This spice is one of the best natural remedies for treating dust allergy. Turmeric contains an active constituent called curcumin that acts as a natural decongestant. Turmeric is power-packed with anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that help prevent dust allergy. It also prevents the dust allergy from turning to an infection.
Add half teaspoon of turmeric and pepper to one teaspoon of milk and boil. Add honey before consuming. Drink this milk two times a day for a speedy recovery.