It is possible to be allergic to almost anything in your environment.
There are certain environmental substances more likely to cause an allergic reaction in sensitive people than others.
Allergic sensitivies are inherited.
Tobacco smoke is an allergy trigger.
Mold spores can be found both indoors and outdoors.
Short-haired (or hairless) varieties of cats and dogs are less likely to trigger allergies than the long-haired types.
Stinging insects like bees, wasps and fire ants are the only insects that can cause allergy symptoms.
Keeping a clean home will prevent dust from being an allergic trigger.