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Spring Season Allergy

A Guide for Allergy Sufferers

Learn how to prevent allergy triggers this spring season, while improving your air quality in your home. Whether it’s vacuuming twice a week, or using a HEPA air purifier, environmental control is the first step in taking control of your allergies.

 

A Guide for Spring Allergy Sufferers MinusA2 air purifier AAFA edition Certified asthma & allergy friendly MinusA2 air purifier AAFA edition

 

Are you ready for the spring allergy season?

Q: What causes spring allergies?
A: Pollen, ragweed, mold, dust mites, and dander

Q: What are spring allergy symptoms?
A: Watery eyes, runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, itchy nose, dark circles under the eyes, and coughing

Q: How can you help alleviate spring allergy symptoms?
A: Wear a mask when doing yard work to avoid inhaling pollen. Keep windows and doors closed to prevent entry of pollen. Remove airborne allergens with a high-powered true HEPA air purifier. Clean your air ducts and change the filters before turning on your air conditioner for the first time. Use a humidifier to keep your air at between 35% and 50% humidity. Vacuum once or twice a week to keep allergens to a minimum.

Q: What is an asthma & allergy friendly certified air purifier?
A: The asthma & allergy friendly™ Certification Program, administered by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) in partnership with the international research organization Allergy Standards Limited (ASL), is an independent program created to scientifically test and identify consumer products that are more suitable for people with asthma and allergies.

In order to be certified, the asthma & allergy friendly™ air purifiers have passed testing and meet the following criteria:

  • The air purifier can reduce bio-allergen levels in a defined space
  • The reduction in bio-allergens is a result of actual removal and not just redistribution
  • The air purifier does not Contribute to OZONE levels in the home
Learn more about our asthma & allergy friendly™ air purifiers.

 

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