The Importance of Knowing what you Breathe at Home During the Winter
Cold weather, jackets out of the closets, soft white stuff falling from the sky….
Yup….It’s that time of the year again! Snow is on its way and its a time when we, and especially our kids, get to build snow balls and whirl at each other.
Despite all that fun, this is also the time of the year when asthma, rhinitis and other respiratory allergies attack like crazy.
Sometimes it may just be the cold, but more often than not, the culprit are the stuff lurking in our homes that put our family and ourselves at risk. The cold just amplifies and strengthens these culprits so we also need to do our part in minimizing them to keep our family safe.
The infographic below, created by uHoo, is a simple guide that shows you why you get these attacks, its most common triggers and ways to prevent them.
The guide above is a good start in keeping us informed and helping us in our decisions. Do check out uHoo to learn more about how you can reduce allergens at home and help prevent yourself and your child from getting an asthma, rhinitis or allergy attack. Also get a chance to win a uHoo by joining this giveaway!
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