You may consider a home allergy test kit if you you have strong allergic reactions such as sneezing, can’t stop coughing, headaches, dizziness, flu-like symptoms, lethargy, fatigue, respiratory irritation, a tight chest, asthma, eczema, itchy eyes and would like to find the cause. You may also consider one if you are moving into a new home or you would like a comprehensive allergen report.
By sending a blood, hair or saliva sample to a lab, sufferers such as those with dust mites allergy can have themselves tested for 10 of the most common allergens including dustmite, pollens, moulds, dairy products and pet dander which make up 90 percent of allergies.
Your home, office or even your accommodation facility can also be tested for allergens. The symptoms you suffer may have already given you confirmation, but an environmental allergy test can determine the source of those allergies. You can then make lifestyle changes, providing welcome relief.