Dust Diary: Day 14

Hello everyone. Still in the depths of darkest winter here in the UK. There is a slight South Easterly wind blowing. With temperatures highs of 6 degrees and lows of -1 tonight, enough to test the most thermal of underwear, but not enough to raise even an eyebrow from a Norwegian. Why am I rambling … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 14

Dust Diary: Day 11

Hello everyone. Much improved dust allergy symptoms today. It's been such a worthwhile exercise starting this diary, as it's given me a reason to log my experiences, and try and gain some momentum, as opposed to constantly discovering different things and then forgetting them again. So following my skin issues earlier in the week relating … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 11

Dust Diary: Day 8

Hello everybody, and welcome to 2018. A new year is always a time for renewal and reflection, and what better time than directly after the holidays to try and improve yet further on our dust situation. Unless you're David Blaine, or Magneto, living in a plastic box than there is dust around you. You can … Continue reading Dust Diary: Day 8

Why Dust Mite Allergy Sufferers Should Avoid Animal Dander.

Allergies are a complicated field.  Anybody who suffers from them will know it's not an exact science.  Sometimes you will feel totally down and out, and other times your eczema may have cleared up completely, and you find yourself wondering what you were worried about all that time. It is tempting at times to throw … Continue reading Why Dust Mite Allergy Sufferers Should Avoid Animal Dander.

Decongestant Tea: A Natural Way to Clear Sinuses

As an allergy sufferer, I am constantly looking for different ways to reduce sinus pressure and the associated aches and pains allergies can bring. This means relying on a lot of prescription and over the counter medication. However recently I've tried to limit the amount of medication I take. Besides the numerous side effects, they … Continue reading Decongestant Tea: A Natural Way to Clear Sinuses

Dust isn’t the only cause of Allergic Eczema. Go organic.

It takes a lot of work to keep on top of dust, and keep allergic eczema at bay. Endless dusting, cleaning and freezing of items to kill off mites and to wash away the allergen.  It's tempting, at the end of the working day, to give yourself a big pat on the back on a … Continue reading Dust isn’t the only cause of Allergic Eczema. Go organic.