Sneeze the Day – Allergies And Spring Time In Naples!


Spring is prime time for itchy, watery eyes and never-ending sniffles. Do you or someone in your house have allergies? Get relief — in every room — with tips from the Mayo Clinic on how to allergy-proof your house.

bedroomBedroom: Choose bedding that is made of synthetic materials, and wash sheets, pillowcases, and blankets in warm water at least once a week. Comforters should be cleaned, too. While your laundry is in the wash, vacuum with a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter. Keep the windows closed during pollen season and turn on the air conditioning. Clean mold and condensation from the frames and sills. Washable curtains made of cotton or synthetic fabric are best.


bathroomBathroom: Watch out for moisture and mold. Avoid carpet and wallpaper, and dry the tub after use.





Kitchen: Make sure there’s a vented exhaust fan above the stovetop hood to take out cooking fumes and reduce moisture. Keep up on dishes and clear the fridge of spoiled food regularly. Cleaning cabinets and counters will also go a long way toward keeping your allergies in check.



Naples in spring and early summer is ripe for pollen and allergies.  If you keep your air conditioning running you will find great relief from the sneezing and itchy eyes.  Or, as another alternative, head to the beach and catch those warm breezes off the gulf.  Guaranteed to stop your sneezing and make you feel at peace with your world!

Remember, it is always toasty in Naples and you deserve a piece of Naples sunshine and a non sneezing beach environment!

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