How an Air Purifier Relieves Your Allergies
Allergies are miserable. They can ruin your day and mess up your sleep.
For over 1 in 5 Americans, allergies cause headaches, watery eyes, runny noses, itchy throats, and a variety of other nasty symptoms. But there's hope! And it all comes down to improving your air.
To find out how to make your home a refuge from common allergens, keep reading.
Why use an air purifier for allergies?
An air purifier offers a simple and long-term allergy solution - one that can help you feel better, get more rest, and lower your healthcare costs.
The more allergens you breathe, the harder your immune system has to work. And when it’s dealing with allergens, it isn’t standing strong against illness.
An air purifier can greatly reduce the number of allergens inside your home, tackling the problem at the source.
How does an air purifier for allergies work?
Quality HEPA (or High Efficiency Particulate Air) purifiers are designed to filter up to 99.97% of common allergens like dust, animal dander, and pollen - before they enter your airways and cause a reaction. For allergy sufferers, we ONLY recommend HEPA-type filtration.
What is a HEPA filter, anyway?CNET’s Appliance Science page compares HEPA filters to the sieve you use to separate vegetables from water: the veggies (or irritants) get caught in the sieve while the water (or air) passes right through.
How to Find the Right Allergy Purifier
The first and most important step is to select a purifier based on your most serious allergy concerns. Maybe that’s seasonal weeds and pollen, pet dander, mold, or a combination of factors. We have thousands of air purifier reviews to help simplify the process.After purchasing an air purifier, many of our customers reported an improvement in their allergy symptoms (and even their sleep) within less than 48-hours!
What are you waiting for to start breathing allergy-free? Let’s improve your indoor air quality AND your quality of life.