10 Things in Your House That Can Trigger Asthma & How to Prevent It

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Try to clean your house more often

If you are allergic to something that may be hiding in your house, it is crucial to clean your house as often as possible, but don’t forget to wear a surgical face mask to avoid inhaling airborne substances and other tiny dust particles.

One of the most important things that you have to do for yourself and your family is to minimize the allergens that can trigger asthma attacks or other respiratory problems. “Dust mites, molds, and various allergens accumulate on a daily basis. The more often you remove them, the less likely you’re going to react to them,” said Dr. Casciari.

In addition, experts recommend using a vacuum with a HEPA filter, as it is good at snagging tiny particles of dust that you can inhale while vacuuming.

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