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Pollen Infographic

  Pollen Allergies & Hay Fever affect some 35 million people in the US. 
 

Ragweed pollen is the main culprit for hay fever, though other plants, such as trees, grasses, and weeds that bloom throughout the year can contribute to allergic reactions.

 

An abundance of pollens in the air can cause sneezing, wheezing,
and other unpleasant allergic reactions.

     

While we can't stop the plants from blooming, we can cut down on symptoms and clear the air for our lungs by stepping up cleaning routines at home.

 

When vacuuming and cleaning surfaces are not enough to keep allergies at bay, an air purifier can absorb pollen from your indoor air.

 

Choose one with a true HEPA filter to remove even the tiniest of pollen particles.

 
 

When vacuuming and cleaning surfaces are not enough to keep allergies at bay, an air purifier can absorb pollen from your indoor air.

 

Choose one with a true HEPA filter to remove even the tiniest of pollen particles.