How Underfloor Heating Can Help Children with Allergies *

Allergies are definitely a pain to endure. They can be extremely persistent and are frustrating for anyone who has to deal with them on a regular basis. When a child has allergies there is even more of a worry for parents, as seeing their child suffer because of something that can be prevented by them is not pleasant to experience. Here we’ll look at some of the most common allergens in the home, and how using underfloor heating can be one step towards combatting our little ones from suffering more than is necessary because of their allergies.

Dust allergies are very common in the UK. They can leave people dealing with runny noses, itchiness, and watery eyes for days. They can also result in symptoms of asthma such as coughing and feeling short of breath.  Many of those who suffer from dust allergies are most commonly triggered by dust mites inside their own homes. This is especially true for children dealing with dust allergies.