Allergies are a difficult subject if you are exposed to it. Allergies range from food allergies, from pollen intolerance to domestic dandruff allergies. The most common pet allergy is cat allergy, but it is often accompanied by dandruff allergy. Allergies vary in severity, from mild to life-threatening. For example, symptoms of dandruff allergy, in general, include the itchy eye area, red and swollen eyes, runny nose, sneezing, runny nose, stuffy nose, difficulty breathing and, in the worst case, lack of oxygen.

However, pets are cute. If you already live with a cat or dog that you love very much, you need to find a way to fit under one roof so that everyone is happy. If you have an allergy to a pet that is not life-threatening but annoying, I have 6 tips that can put you under one roof with your furry pet. These are for you if your allergy symptoms are mild. In this case, these tips can dramatically change how you feel and relieve allergic reactions.

Many children have dandruff allergy. So, if you don't have allergic reactions, be good and watch your child. Is he healthy or does he have any symptoms that may indicate a pet allergy? If so, take these steps to help and try to find relief.

1. SET THE TRAJECTORY OF THE CAT OR DOG

If you are allergic to cat or dog dandruff, you, unfortunately, need to keep them away from your bedroom or the sleeping area of the whole family. If you are allergic, you need to sleep in a room where there is no pet dandruff. This is so that you can rest and not suffer from lack of oxygen or itching at night. If you take a new dog, you can set boundaries with it when training. When living with older cats and dogs, close the doors to prevent them from entering the sleeping areas. I know you want to cuddle your furry pet, but it's not just healthy for an allergy sufferer.

Boundaries need to be set because dog and cat dandruff flies around. This way, you have the opportunity to find relief somewhere in your home if your allergy symptoms get worse for one reason or another.

Allergy sufferers health benefits from keeping your furry pet away from textiles. Sofas are not the best places to put them. Dog or cat dandruff is very difficult to obtain from textiles and it is difficult to wash. If you want to be with a pet and are allergic, you just need to make restrictions for both of you. So he can be with you and you with him. Spend more time outdoors, especially with your dog. He definitely likes quality time you spend outdoors and running together.

2. BROMELAIN

Bromelain is an enzyme extracted from pineapple that is extremely beneficial for you if you suffer from allergies (also works with pollen, house dust and food allergies). If you are allergic, bring bromelain to your life and keep it there.

Bromelain helps to break down proteins that cause an unpleasant reaction in your body. For example, a pet allergy is against their dandruff, and more specifically to a particular protein that they secrete. When your skin, mucous membranes and respiratory system come into contact with it, even though the air, your body starts fighting this protein. This results in complications, irritation and even skin rashes.

Bromelain helps to break down and digest allergenic proteins. It is an enzyme that helps to significantly reduce the allergic reaction, helping you to feel better.

If you have a hairy pet that causes an allergic reaction, then bromelain could be in your daily life – as a dietary supplement or eat 400g of pure pineapple every day.

Bromelain is isolated in the food supplement, it is present in the pineapple together with all other useful additives, but bromelain is scarce. To do this, you need to eat a large amount of pineapple. If you can add this fruit to your menu in this way, do it. If not, the supplement is an essential helper for you.

It is recommended to use bromelain regularly if you are allergic. It also reduces the body's inflammation, thus helping to keep the body's immunity strong.

In addition to bromelain, Chaga helps to reduce allergy symptoms and asthma attacks. Its regular consumption has a beneficial effect on allergy sufferers. You can find Chaga, for example, in Your Super organic superfood mix Magic Mushroom.

Cytoplan bromelain and Your Super organic superfood mix Magic Mushroom can be found from LA TENE stores in Tallinn and Kuressaare and also from our webshop.

3. TAKE VITAMIN C REGULARLY

If you eat berries, fruits and vegetables, you will most likely be able to constantly provide your body with vitamin C. Unfortunately, an allergy sufferer needs significantly more vitamin C than a person who does not have allergies. The reason is actually very simple. Vitamin C boosts the resilience of your immune system. An allergic, for example, develops a reaction to dog or cat dandruff, where the immune system tries to fight the dandruff protein. The more vitamin C you have in your body at the same time, the less the immune system has to work with and the less allergic reactions there are.

I recommend taking vitamin C with bromelain regularly. Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, which means that the body loses it very quickly. Make sure you eat berries and plants or take vitamin C every few hours. I recommend Acerola cherry vitamin C because it is based on food that the body absorbs quickly. Another and more convenient way is to chew vitamin C gummies, which you can find HERE. Cytoplan has a good, healthy, natural and non-toxic range of food supplements.

4. INVEST IN AIR FILTERS

If you have an allergy to your pet dandruff, you suffer from house dust or pollen allergy, you need to bring home an air purifier. Overall, this is a very good trick for life, and if you haven't come up with it yet, here you can find a trick that will radically change your quality of life. It is not cheap to be allergic, you have to invest in yourself or your child. It pays off!

There are different types of air purifiers, but you need a home air purifier with a HEPA filter. Google, search and find the right machine. They usually cost a few hundred euros, but you can have a HEPA filter installed in your home's ventilation system if your home has one. In general, newer homes already have such a system, older ones do not. If your home does not have a ventilation system, buy a home air purifier with a HEPA filter. Keep it in the busiest room or place where the dog or cat spends the most time.

The HEPA filter helps to absorb bacteria, dandruff and airborne allergens. Maintain the machine regularly to ensure constant quality air in your home. If you bring it into your own home, you can feel a significant difference. Also, don't forget to consume bromelain and vitamin C! Give your body everything it needs to cope!

5. CLEANING FANATIC- YOUR FUTURE NAME

No one has claimed that the life of an allergy sufferer will be easy. It's definitely not easy! You need to deal with it constantly. If you have decided that furry friends will stay in your life or you want to bring a furry friend to your life for the first time, then prepare – your new name will be a cleaning fanatic.

You need to put much more emphasis on cleaning, cleaning surfaces, dusting, ventilating and washing. For many, this is difficult because cleaning takes a lot of time. For a lover of cleanliness, however, this is a good explanation for why he cleans so much. All for living with friends!

Dogs and cats shed a lot of hair, but this is not the only reason why more cleaning is needed. You need to clean up their dandruff, which secretly occurs like house dust on the edge of the cabinet and other surfaces.

Invest in a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter. I know that many robotic vacuum cleaners have HEPA filters, which can help remove dog or cat dandruff that is causing you allergies.

Use a hand-held vacuum cleaner to clean the sofa and clean it more often than usual. If you live with someone, also ask your family members to devote more time to cleaning.

6. REGULAR CLEANING AND COMBING OF DOGS AND CATS

Cleaning dogs is generally easier than cleaning cats, but try and do your best for a good cause! Allergy sufferers will benefit greatly from cleaning and combing their pet.

If you live with a dog whose dandruff you are allergic to, it helps to comb him often. Many dogs have very loose hair and it is helpful to remove excess loose hair. They are covered with dandruff, so you can remover everything could land in your home later. 

If you have a companion or family member who also cares for your furry friend, please let them comb and wash your dog or cat. In this case, you do not have to be exposed to a large amount of dandruff as an allergy sufferer.

The use of special allergy-reducing shampoos and hair cleansers is also beneficial. Make sure they are dog and cat friendly and do not endanger their health.

When you play, romp around, deal with, caress or clean a dog or cat, always wash your hands afterwards. This is so that you do not accidentally touch your face with your hands. If you are allergic, the respiratory system is very sensitive to your cat or dog dandruff. This will prevent you from having an allergy attack.

Wash your pet's toys and bedding significantly more than you have ever done or would like to do. For example, your pet's saliva also contains proteins that cause allergies, so washing toys with hot water is important for you as an allergy sufferer. If you pay attention to cleanliness, you will have the opportunity to enjoy more quality time with him.

USE OF ESSENTIAL OILS IN AROMATHERAPY OR OIL LAMP

Dogs tolerate significantly more essential oils than cats. Of course, it all depends on the animal itself. You can do aromatherapy at home, it helps to clean the home air.

For example, when you live with dogs, you can use basil, bergamot, black pepper, carrot, cinnamon, citronella, eucalyptus, ginger, juniper berry, lavender, lemon, lemongrass, mandarin, niaouli, orange, palmarosa, patchouli, peppermint, rosemary, sandalwood, thyme, vetiver, ylang-ylang, cedarwood and tea tree essential oil.

When living with dogs, do not make strong mixtures for the aroma lamp! Keep an eye on your dog and if any of the oils are not right for him, use them when he is not in the room. Later, ventilate the room and let him come into the room.

Be sure not to use an essential oil on your dog!

Animals are worth keeping them in your life, especially if you are a great animal lover. If you don't have a life-threatening allergic reaction and you have to deal with mild allergy symptoms, let's do these 6 tricks. It can give you a much better quality of life in the company of your own furry friend. Enjoy each other's company together and be healthy!