June 2015 Newsletter

Embrace the New MinusA2 Peanuts Artist Series

Fans of the beloved beagle are sure to love the newest MinusA2 special edition Peanuts-Hug! Featuring Snoopy and his pal, Woodstock, this simple, yet heart-warming picture is a reminder that friendship never gets old and only grows with time. Complete with Rabbit Air’s whisper quiet operation and customizable filtration, bring the gift of good relief into your home.

Peanuts Hug

How Summer Affects the Zzz’s

Summer means longer days, more outdoor activities and later nights; three things that most people welcome. But can too much fun be disrupting your sleep?

  • Light and Noise: For many of us who need some early shut-eye, you may find it difficult to drift to sleep due to the extra sunlight. If you’re in need of some assistance, blackout shades are recommended to make your room as dark as possible, which also double as a sound barrier between you and your joyful neighbors. Not enough? A sound machine or ear plugs may also help.
  • Vacation: Need to get away? While a much-needed break can rejuvenate your soul, experts suggest sleeping at least one hour from your normal sleeping time so that your body can adjust once you come back to reality.
  • Allergies: While spring and fall get their fair share of publicity, allergy sufferers should also be aware of pollen and ragweed during the summer. Lack of sleep can make your allergy symptoms much worse, so take the same precautions during the summer as you would the other seasons.

    How Air Pollution Affects Children

    With summer vacation around the corner, children everywhere are eager to ditch their school books and homework for some outdoor fun. While many parents are well aware that children should be active to promotehealthy bone mass, most are not as informed about the effect of air pollution to children’s still developing lungs.

    According to a Southern California Children's Health study, children who were exposed to a higher level of pollutants had a “significantly lower lung function at age 18.” Further studies showed that children who participated in sports while living in a high ozone community, were more likely to develop asthma.

    Checking the air quality before allowing children to play outside can help parents stay informed regarding the air that their family is breathing.

    Indoor Air Quality and Your Health

    What is the importance of indoor air quality? Indoor air quality is the quality of the air in and around your environment as it affects your health and comfort. While some particles can be seen, such as dust, hair and smoke, most indoor pollutants are invisible to the naked eye, such as mold spores, gases, bacteria and chemicals. All of these particles contribute to your indoor air quality, and research has found that there can be immediate, as well as long-term effects of poor air quality.

    Indoor Air Quality

    The effects of indoor air quality is becoming more significant as studies show that the average person spends around 90% of their time indoors. But fear not, for certain methods can be used to improve indoor air quality, such as identifying the main source of the indoor pollutant and removing it from your environment and cleaning with a vacuum that utilizes a HEPA filter. To trap airborne particles, an air purifier with a HEPA filter can not only stop the spread of microscopic particles, but a Charcoal-Based Activated Carbon filter can trap toxins and deodorize your air as well.

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