Every year, more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies. When given the opportunity to test the Celios G200, Alan’s family was eager to see if the air purifier really could make a noticeable difference in their allergy symptoms.
Each month on our blog, we’ll be profiling a common “gunk” found in the air in and outside our home, and how you can protect yourself. As we enter the spring season, our first spotlight will be on a culprit many of us are all too familiar with: pollen.
Air purifiers have a multitude of uses in the home, from removing foul odors to cleaning allergens, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and gasses from the air. With so many air purifiers sold for in-home use, there are a few key things to consider when making your selection to help you find the right product.
For many, spring may be their favorite time of year. However, starting in March there is another “season” that people may not be too excited about - allergy season. If you or your family have struggled through allergy season, below are 10 tips to make this allergy season a little more manageable.
Natural disasters may be extreme and bring huge problems, but smaller elements from Mother Nature can also affect the quality of air that you’re breathing. Thanks to the growing availability of at-home air purifiers, there are tools that can help you remove dangerous particles in the air after a natural disaster.
In all the visible, physical things to be concerned about for your newborn, harmful airborne particulate matter can be easy to overlook. By taking the steps, you can actively improve the air in your home, and protect the lungs of those you love in your home.