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Keeping yourself stuffed inside your home all winter long can increase some allergy symptoms and can also create clutter and a mess in the house. If you would like to give your home a good spring cleaning before spring has arrived, here are a couple tips.

When it comes to the living room, window blinds collect dust mites all winter long. To clean the blinds, soak them in a tub and clean them thoroughly, wait for them to dry and hang them back up. Also, to freshen up the carpet,  you can sprinkle baking soda and then vacuum it up after 30 minutes. Vacuuming can also get rid of dust mites for those who suffer from dust mite allergies.

Another place in your home that you may run into extra dust is the bedroom. Make sure that you wash and dry your linens in high temperatures and vacuum underneath and around furniture – to ensure that there isn't any dust bunnies hiding.

Those who have severe dust mite allergies may also want to purchase allergy free pillows and mattress covers, which can help sufferers sleep through the night.
 

The bed bug resurgence is becoming well-known, and many people are aware of the vast number of these little creatures in apartments and homes across the country. Those who are looking at apartments to rent or condos to buy may want to search out each bed bug history of the place before they do.

People who want to rent an apartment should look at various registry websites to see if there was any complaints about bed bugs in the past year. If there have been a number of them, ask the landlord about it. If they seem knowledgeable rather than dismissive and defensive, chances are they will help if it happens again.

The same goes for those who are buying, but they should take an extra step to ensure that there hasn't been infestations before.

Those who already have bed bugs in their apartment may want to hire professional help to ensure that all of the bugs are eliminated. In the meantime, owners can wash and dry their linens in high temperatures, which is known to kill them off. Also, they can purchase mattress covers, which can trap the little critters until help arrives. 

There are a number of airborne allergens that come from various sources in nature, and it can cause the person to suffer from cold-like symptoms and red, itchy eyes. The causes include pollen, trees, plants, grass, weeds, ragweeds, hay fever, pine tree pollen, oak tree pollen, birch trees, Bermuda grass, St. Austine grass, Lantana plants, poison oak, mold spores and chrysanthemums.

However, there are ways to reduce airborne allergens. For instance, a person may want to stay indoors during the peak pollen and hay fever seasons, caulk and seal windows and keep their windows and doors closed, as these airborne allergens float through the fresh air. In addition, people may want to bathe their pets regularly so they do not bring the allergens in with their fur.

There are also allergens that can become airborne, and that includes dust mites. These mites are microscopic and feed off of human dead skin cells. People can be allergic to these little pests, as their exoskeletons can cause the person to sneeze, cough and have a runny nose. To prevent this, people can purchase allergy free pillows and mattress covers, which will help a person sleep through the night.