As winter approaches and the air turns dry, those who suffer from seasonal allergies experience a range of unpleasant symptoms: itchy, watery eyes, runny nose, sore throat, and more. If you’re one of these people, you may have tried alleviating your symptoms with every over-the-counter and prescription medicine available on the market. But have you tried addressing the root of the problems?
Our homes, no matter how clean, are full of allergens. Contrary to popular belief, air pollution isn’t the result of car exhaust or smoke. Common household culprits like mold spores, dust mites, pollen, and pet dander can cause serious symptoms from inside your home. What’s worse, your central heating or cooling systems circulate these allergens through your home in the ductwork. This can lead to persistent discomfort if you or your family members have asthma or allergies. Using an air purifier can help trap harmful pollutants in your home and bring relief from your family’s allergy symptoms.