Beat Office Allergies

Have office allergies become a regular part of your daily work life? There are some helpful tips you can consider to tackle allergies like a pro.

What Triggers Office Allergies?

The first step is to identify what’s triggering your office allergies. A few examples include:

  • Dust mites
  • Pollen
  • Fumes from cleaning supplies
  • Perfume

Wipe Down Work Areas

Now that you’ve identified what’s causing your allergies, you can take some proactive steps to reduce your exposure. This includes wiping down your work area daily with a disinfectant. If you’ve found that cleaning supplies trigger your allergies further, be sure to select an option with minimal or no scent.


Don’t let dust get you down! Simply vacuuming your space every few days can make a major difference in helping to reduce your allergy symptoms. If you wear a mask while doing so, you can also help to reduce your allergies while you clean, as dust and other particles can sometimes fly through the air throughout the process.

Use a Dehumidifier

If your office has high humidity, running a dehumidifier can be a great way to reduce the risk of mold growth, a common allergen. Furthermore, it will help to reduce any musty odors that can develop over time.

Wash Your Hands

This is particularly helpful after shaking hands with numerous people or working alongside your coworkers who have pets. By keeping your hands fresh and clean, you can avoid transferring any unwanted pet dander or other particles into your work environment.

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