Is a runny nose and itchy throat slowing you down?
Do you keep coughing and sneezing, feeling miserable during allergy season, wishing you could enjoy the nice weather?
Suffer from congestion, watery eyes and allergic rhinitis?
Then this information is for you.
Save time and hassle by purifying the air at home. Don’t let itchy sinuses, watery eyes and a stuffy nose keep you from enjoying your day.
My mother and I used to compete to see who would be the first to finish a box of tissues. There would be half used tissues lying around the house and everybody knew they were mine or my mothers’. We never really thought that we might be suffering from allergies, we just thought that sneezing and a runny nose was how we were - as if it were part of our DNA- passed down from mother to daughter.
Little did I know that we actually had allergies – we were not supposed to suffer all those years (!)
You can’t control nature’s cycles, seasons and the outdoor environment but you can definitely clean the air you breathe at home. You need something to capture those airborne particles, so they get stuck somewhere different than your nostrils!
That's where you need something else to filter your indoor air. An air purifier will do the job of sucking all those particles and blowing you clean air, and we can help with this.
Seasonal allergies or hay fever usually start building up by February and they steadily increase through Spring and last well into Summer and in some areas go until the Fall.
The usual suspects are tree, grass and weed pollen (particularly, rag weed). These are all wind-pollinated plants, their pollen is light enough to remain airborne and so highly likely to trigger an allergic reaction.
This allergic reaction is a response your body has to the irritation created from these allergens. Your body produces histamines to try to “clean” your body from these intruders. That’s why you’re sneezing, your nose is runny and your eyes are watering – all ways to get those allergens out!
You then usually reach out for anti-histamines, a medication prescribed by your Physician or a common over-the-counter drug, to soothe the discomfort of seasonal allergies (such as Zyrtec, etc.).
However, for some of you out there, all these symptoms can be severe and lead you to experience wheezing, shortness of breath and difficulty breathing that may lead to conjunctivitis and even trigger asthma.
Depending on where you live, you may experience seasonal allergies in more than one season, even during the winter, when some people are sensitive to indoor allergens like mold, dust or pet dander (that’s me!).
After consulting with your Physician, your best bet to manage seasonal allergies is to improve indoor air by way of purifying it from allergens, dust and other irritants.
Here are all the resources you need to understand how to improve your indoor air and breathe better.
It will not only work for small urban apartments but also for larger suburban houses.
This is about how home air purifiers will clean the indoor air. You can't see what is floating around your house but it is still getting in your lungs.
Here you will find great information about purifying indoor air although I have several more secrets to share with you beyond the constraints of this website if you want more, contact me here.
Imagine yourself moving swiftly around your home, easily drawing in air with no allergic reaction, having clear vision and feeling an agile springiness to your step.
Living a life full of alertness and vitality without the constant irritation and fatigue that seasonal allergies bring upon us.
Have spare time to do the really important stuff you want but never get around to actually doing it because your dizzy with all that congestion!
Fear not, I go into great detail here to show you how to know a good air purifier from a great one!
Indoor air quality is a big deal and most of us don’t know about it because it’s a hidden and silent hazard.
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