How to make a room for a child with allergies

How to make a room for a child with allergies

The children’s room is associated with full color, lots of toys and a cheerful atmosphere. And that’s what it should be like. However, if a small allergy sufferer lives in it, it is important to additionally adjust the interior to his needs and furnish a cosy, healthy room.
What could cause allergies in the room?
If your child wakes up with a clogged nose, often snores at night or sneezes, but after going outside, the cold and all symptoms disappear as if by hand, know that something in the toddler’s room is wrong. They may be allergic to pollen, pet hair, mould or dust mites. At the beginning it is worth to do allergy tests for your child, and when the allergy is confirmed, remove any allergen that causes allergy.
What should I keep in mind?
Allergy is an extremely troublesome disease. However, in order to get rid of numerous allergens you do not need to turn your home upside down.
Floor
While playing, every toddler spends a lot of time on the floor. It should therefore be easy to care for. One of the most allergy-friendly types of floors will be made of wood. In an allergy sufferer’s room, floor panels will also work well, but you should check if they contain any harmful chemicals beforehand. Linoleum and cork belong to the group of materials that can be used to make a floor for the interior in question. All carpets that collect dust and dust are an option that is usually discouraged.
Ventilation
It’s good if the toddler’s room is well lit. The sun’s rays have a destructive effect on dust mites. Frequent ventilation of the room, in the case of allergies to moulds or mites, is the basis.
Temperature
Temperature plays an important role. The optimum temperature should be 22 °C. If the air is too dry, it is much harder for the baby to breathe. During the heating period, think about cold water containers hanging on warm radiators. They will affect the humidity of the air and make it easier to breathe.
Flowers
If your child is allergic to mould, live potted flowers are not recommended. It’s a good idea to opt for a minimal number of plants. Artificial flowers are the best solution. The wholesale store where the purchase will be made should offer those made of the highest quality materials and those from which it will be easy to remove pollen and dust.
Curtains
When furnishing an allergy suite, it is better to avoid thick fabric curtains. Much better will be roller blinds, which are regularly worth wiping or vacuuming. The most desirable option are external roller blinds.
A few simple steps will protect the interior of our child from unwanted pathogens. The most important thing, however, is to clean the surface exposed to dust.

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