Allergy Control Learning Library

  1. Allergies - What Are They and How Can You Reduce Your Symptoms?

    An allergy starts when your body’s immune system mistakenly reacts to a normally harmless substance as if it were a threat, such as dust mites, pet dander, pollen, mold, mildew, latex, food, drugs, insect bites, and a host of other substances, also known as allergens. When this happens, your body’s immune system creates antibodies to protect you against that allergen. The more you are exposed to the allergen, the more your body produces antibodies until you eventually have allergy symptoms. Continue reading
  2. Allergy 101

    When it comes to learning about allergy relief, the experts at Allergy Control Products know how to point you in the right direction for improving life indoors. Allergy Control Products has been helping allergy sufferers since 1983, which means that for over 30 years, we’ve been the most physician-recommended company for allergy education and effective allergy products. We’ve outlined here the top Allergy Relief Tips to help you lead a healthy, allergy-free life. Continue reading
  3. Allergy Information

    Looking for Allergy Information for Allergy Relief?

    The Allergy Control Products website is full of helpful allergy information regarding the best path toward allergy relief. We’ve provided focused allergy tips that can help reduce allergens around your home. By following just a few simple steps, you can make a lasting difference in your health and quality of life. Continue reading

  4. Allergy Prevention Tips

    You can help to reduce your exposure to indoor and outdoor allergens by taking measures to avoid or eliminate them, both inside and outside of the home. Continue reading
  5. Archive of Past Newsletters

    Our Allergy Relief Strategies email newsletters are full of helpful information about allergies, plus useful tips to help make life with allergies easier. Below are an assortment of past editions, starting in November 2012. The information found is these older newsletters still has much relevance today. We are also in the process of adding more recent editions, so please check back with us for these soon. Continue reading
  6. Allergic to Your Pet? How to Live Happily Ever After with Fido and Fifi

    We love our pets. Even in tough economic times, studies show that pet owners make fewer decreases in spending for pets than they do for themselves. When you have a 4-legged member of the family, it can be particularly worrisome when another family member becomes allergic to this beloved pet. What can you do if time spent with your dog or cat becomes a battleground of sneezing, wheezing, itchy eyes, and other allergy symptoms? Continue reading
  7. Understanding & Living with Asthma

    Asthma: A Breakdown

    Over 300 million people worldwide suffer from asthma, and have symptoms ranging from minor wheezing to life-threatening asthma attacks. Asthma occurs when the airways in your lungs become inflamed and constricted. The muscles of the bronchial walls tighten and your airways produce extra mucus that blocks your airways and makes it difficult to breathe.

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  8. Everything You Wanted to Know about Bed Bugs

    While vampires such as Count Dracula are pure myth, there is a modern-day equivalent that feeds on the blood of humans and is quite real. The culprit is the lowly bed bug. These agile, oval-shaped insects are 3/16th of an inch long and reddish brown in color, with flat bodies and vestigial wings. They do not fly, but can crawl rapidly over floors, ceilings and walls. Sometimes, they are mistaken for ticks or small cockroaches. Continue reading
  9. Allergies & Asthma on Vacation

    Everyone looks forward to taking a vacation and getting away from it all, especially during the holiday season. But for people with allergies, the idea of leaving one’s controlled environment can be concerning. Continue reading
  10. Allergy Causes - Host and Environmental

    Every day, it seems there are more people claiming to have allergies. Where are all these allergies coming from and what can we do to prevent and control them? Continue reading

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