allergies

Using A HEPA Air Purifier Even When It’s Not Allergy Season

October 21, 2010

The spring is when my allergies have always hit me the hardest, but I think it’s important for everyone to realize that there are many common irritants in our homes all year, the winter is no exception. These cooler months may provide an even worse indoor environment that the warmer months.

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How To Minimize Cat Allergy

October 4, 2010

All over the world there are people that suffer from the aggravating symptoms of cat allergy. Learning about the things that can be done to minimize the effects of this allergy is crucial for them to be able to experience a healthier and more productive life. Here are some allergy prevention ideas that can help cat-allergic persons find some relief.

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Buying An Air Purifier Offline

June 29, 2010

If you are in the market for an air purifier then it is likely that you are concerned about the quality of air in your home or office. This could be because of tobacco smoke, because you have pets, you suffer from an allergy or because you are anxious about the amount of traffic or industrial pollution in your neighborhood.

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The Advantages Of Air Purifiers For Pet Owners

May 11, 2010

Most people in the West have a pet: a cat, a dog, a hamster, a rabbit or a budgie. They are good company and doctors believe that having a pet lowers stress and stress is the biggest killer in the West. Having a pet helps you live longer. It is a real shame then that some people develop allergies to their pets.

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Alleviation From Hypersensitivity To Dogs And Cats

May 10, 2010

Cat Allergy is the most universal allergy in the Western countries and about 15 percent sustain from sensitiveness to cat. The allergic reaction is principally caused by a glycoprotein Fel d 1 that exists in the cat’s pelt, dander and saliva.

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