KIDS IN CARE
Parents: Do you know the symptoms of a mould allergy?
- Sneezing attacks
- Stuffy or runny nose
- Headaches, migraines
- Itchy, watery eyes
- Skin rashes
Medicines and antihistamines help with temporary relief, but if the mould is still around, the allergy will still be around!
When air quality is improved and humidity is controlled, allergies, asthma attacks and sinus problems are significantly reduced.
If your child is returning from care with any allergy symptoms, you may want to talk to the staff. If other children are showing allergy signs, mould may be the cause.
Dehumidifiers dry out the environment, significantly reduce the moisture, the mould and of course, the allergy
All of these problems are around us each and every day and it is, unfortunately, only when a child becomes ill, that help is sought.