Once your home is clean, keep it that way by eliminating allergens from the air. All of these products, including air cleaners, dehumidifiers, air filters and more, have been carefully selected to be the best for combating allergy.
Air cleaners can be helpful for certain types of allergy, particularly allergy to cat and dog dander allergens. However, the air cleaner must be of the right type and size. We explain “HEPA”, “CADR”, and other terms that are important when choosing an air cleaner for allergies.
Lowering humidity is an important element to decrease exposure to dust mite and mold allergens. These dehumidifiers and humidity gauges have been chosen specifically for the environmental control of allergy.
Special filters and screens can minimize allergy symptoms by keeping pollen out of doors even when windows are open. And in homes with central heating or air-conditioning, the right filter can trap dust mite allergens, mold allergens, and dog and cat dander allergens.
Although over humidification can increase dust mite and mold allergens, air that is too dry can also be problematic, particularly for individuals with eczema or skin allergy. These products allow humidification without over-humidification, and without contamination by mold or bacteria.
A modern version of an ancient treatment, sinus irrigation has proven helpful for sufferers of nasal and bronchial allergy. This simple but effective treatment cleans allergens, mucus, bacteria and debris from the nasal cavity.