Summer is coming to an end, school is back in session, and soon the trees will be sporting some impressive foliage. Unfortunately, apple cider and cozy sweaters aren't the only things in store this fall. Even though spring may reign supreme over allergy symptoms, fall usually comes with the highest levels of ragweed, mold, and bed bugs – three of the biggest allergy and asthma triggers around.
Summer’s in full swing and you know what that means: it’s hot, hot, hot. With record-breaking temps and torturous humidity levels exerting their chokehold on the nation, the last thing anyone wants is to be sneezing, sniffling and stuffy. Unfortunately, allergies are just as persistent in the summer as they are in the spring months – and perhaps even more so.
If you have asthma or allergies, you know that clean air is important to prevent any breathing distress. Many times the air we breathe contains small particles such as dust, pollen, smoke, mold or other pollutants that can cause a harmful asthma attack or an allergic reaction. Air purifiers work to remove these unwanted particles from our indoor air to reduce the occurrence of allergy and asthma related symptoms.