What’s in the air?
A deep breath is typically a good thing. But more often than not, it hides lots of dust, pollen, pet dander, mold spores, or dust mite waste, triggering all kinds of allergies. Moreover, contaminants like smoke particles and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) can pose a risk to your health, as such components can increase the likelihood of experiencing symptoms attributed to “sick building syndrome” (SBS).
Studies thankfully show that eliminating harmful airborne particles such as dust, dander, and pollen is the best way to cope with allergies, as well as other respiratory infections. To that end, there is no better alternative than to trap these pollutants and irritants and increase air quality with an air purifier.
But an air purifier does much more than address allergies. Every member of your household can benefit from the presence of an indoor air purifier, especially children and elderly family members. To care for the whole family, take care of the air at home. Then relax, knowing everyone can safely breathe in and out.