I wonder if that could be a cause for my dust sensitivity symptoms? I suppose it could be so I have already set up an appointment to have HVAC professionals come out plus wash my air air duct
My doctor told myself and others to take a double dose of antihistamines. This is because my flu symptoms have been terrible for the past few months. I am getting constant sinus infections. I have just been miserable. My dust sensitivity symptoms did improve once I doubled the dose of the antihistamines. However, I started getting harshly tired all of the time. It was difficult to keep my eyes open at work. All I wanted to do was sleep. Now my doctor is saying that the antihistamines are to blame; Even if they are “non-drowsy” they still can mess with your ability to stay away. Especially if you take 2 every day. So now I’m back down to 1 antihistamine per day plus I’m less tiredâ€¦ But my dust sensitivity symptoms are also returning. I have decided to try to get to the root of my flu symptoms. I got an air filter for my home with a strong MERV rating. I also got a few portable HEPA filters plus locationd them throughout the house. Then I read about air duct cleaning. Apparently you are supposed to get your air air duct cleaned out every other year. I have never gotten my air air duct cleaned out. I wonder if that could be a cause for my dust sensitivity symptoms? I suppose it could be so I have already set up an appointment to have HVAC professionals come out plus wash my air air duct. I hope all of that works plus that I beginning feeling better without a ton of antihistamines. I’m getting sick plus tired of being sick plus tired.