A Dust Allergy may produce symptoms similar to other respiratory diseases
Symptoms may include: Sneezing, runny or stuffed nose; red, itchy or teary eyes; wheezing, coughing, tightness in the chest and shortness of breath. Allergy triggers include dust mites, cockroaches, mold, pollen, pet hair, fur and feathers.
Poor Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air pollution has been linked to a wide variety of adverse health effects, including headaches, respiratory problems, frequent colds and sore throats, chronic cough, skin rashes, eye irritation, lethargy, dizziness and memory lapses. Household cleaners, perfumes, scented candles and air fresheners can all lead to increased indoor air pollution.
Allergy Symptoms are worse when cleaning with conventional methods
Dust mites are often found in pillows, mattresses, carpeting and upholstered furniture. They float into the air when anyone vacuums, walks on carpet, or disturbs bedding. They settle once the disturbance is over.
Animal hair, fur and feathers
Pet dander, saliva and urine may cause allergic reactions, especially when combined with household dust.