Why am I Suffering from Indoor Allergies?

Is something in your house causing you to sneeze more often?

Indoor allergies causing you to sneeze more often

When you have an allergic reaction, your body confuses something harmless as a threat to your health. Your immune system gets to work producing antibodies to protect you from this apparent danger in the same way it fights infection or disease. That’s why allergy symptoms include itching, swelling, wheezing and a runny nose. Luckily all these symptoms are treatable by fast-acting, over-the-counter products, such as those produced by The TexaClear® line.

Indoor Allergens List:

  • House dust
  • Mold spores
  • Pollen
  • Fabrics
  • Dust mites
  • Cockroaches
  • Cat dander
  • Dog dander
  • Pet rodents
  • Houseplants


How to reduce these allergies:

  • Dust from top to bottom to avoid spreading dust on already cleaned areas.
  • Make sure your air filters are in good shape and upgrade to a HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filter.
  • Wash and cover pillows at least every 3 weeks.
  • Limit the amount of pollen you let inside by keeping windows closed, taking off your shoes and keeping inside temperatures cool. 
  • Use a dehumidifier to reduce both mold and dust mites.
  • Limit yourself to just a few house plants.


What is the treatment for allergic reactions to indoor allergens?

The TexaClear® line makes a fast-acting allergy relief formula that delivers relief in minutes and lasts up to 8 hours. It's also a clean, clear choice for allergy sufferers previously reliant on traditional over-the-counter remedies.