I’ve been sneezing a lot at home. I even began to wonder whether I was allergic to my dog. So I set an appointment with my doctor to run some tests. However, this month I came across a story on the internet about a similar situation for a young woman. She too, had never had dust sensitivity issues before. It seems that she was sneezing a lot because of her indoor air pollen levels. The article mentioned that after she had moved into her home, she could not stop sneezing. Even though she did not have a pet, the previous family had enjoyed multiple pets; this had genuinely affected her indoor air pollen levels because the air conditioner ductwork was likely legitimately dirty. Of course, she did not realize that the sneezing was due to a lack of good indoor air quality, and directly related to her air conditioner. Not until her doctor strongly recommended she have a heating and A/C repair expert come out to her house and scrub her air ducts. Like most of us, she had been legitimately good about changing her air filter on a official basis, however it just wasn’t enough. The article said that the ductwork was full of pet dander that had genuinely been there for years. After reading this article, I decided to postpone my doctor visit. Instead, I called a heating and A/C service provider and immediately set an appointment for an air duct cleaning. I’m hoping that the sneezing will end not long after this upcoming air duct cleaning, since I can presume that my indoor dust levels will be better.