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animal dander

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Animal dander was an important allergen in our sample.
You expose yourself to the allergens that can cause these reactions when you dust, sweep and vacuum your home, because vigorous cleaning can introduce more dust into the air--dust that is a potent mixture of dust mites, mold, pollen, mouse droppings, cockroach droppings and saliva, and animal dander (shed skin flakes) if you own a pet.
They include house dust mites, animal dander, various pollens and cockroach droppings.
If it's not possible to keep your pet outside, keep it out of your bedroom and other rooms where you spend a lot of time to limit your contact with animal dander.
Despite the fact that air cleaners have been marketed for more than 20 years, there is still scientific controversy about whether they reduce the allergic reactions produced by larger particles such as pollen, house-dust allergens, molds and animal dander.
Typical allergens associated with PAR include dust mites, animal dander, cockroach and indoor molds.
Some factors that can trigger an asthma attack include allergens such as dust mites, animal dander (skin flakes) from pets or other animals, mold or tree pollen, the common cold, flu, environmental or chemical irritants (like the smell of perfume, soap, paint, aerosol sprays or indoor/outdoor air pollution).
Indoor allergens--dust mites, animal dander from longhaired pets, cockroach droppings and indoor molds--can trigger perennial allergic rhinitis, which produces symptoms year-round.
Some people are allergic to animal dander, which is found on Labrador retrievers and German shepherds, the two breeds that are commonly used as guide dogs.
If 'home' means more to you than a roof over your head, and you seek to create a nurturing, toxin-free atmosphere and lifestyle within its walls, then Home Enlightenment is for you: it provides an encyclopedia of natural living which covers everything from animal dander and water management to lighting, fire, mercury concerns, laundry and fabric health, and more.
But the vast majority are allergic to something in their environment--pollen, dust mites, mold, animal dander or cockroach droppings.
An asthma attack often is triggered by allergens such as pollen, animal dander, certain drugs and food additives, viral respiratory infections, and physical exertion.

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