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Air Purifiers for Allergies

Most people are spending more time indoors breathing air that contains pollutants. The main pollutants that trigger asthma, allergies, and other respiratory issues are particles, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, lead, and ground-level ozone. Air purifiers are specially designed to remove pollutants from the air you breathe indoors which is highly beneficial for allergy sufferers.

Learn more about air purifiers for allergies below.

Symptoms of Breathing Allergies

Respiratory allergies can show subtle symptoms that mimic a standard cold or flu. Allergy symptoms that go untreated can lead to severe reactions or the development of asthma.  

Common allergy symptoms include the following:  

  • Runny nose
  • Sneezing
  • Nasal congestion
  • Itchy eyes
  • Coughing
  • Wheezing
  • Chest tightening
  • Whistling sound when you breathe
  • Shortness of breath
  • Difficulty breathing

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Ideal candidates that will benefit from an Air Purifier

An air purifier benefits everyone but especially those who are exposed to bacteria, viruses, and damp living environments. Children and adults who suffer from asthma and allergies will highly benefit from an air purifier in the home. 

Benefits of air purifiers include the following:  

  • Less snoring
  • Improved sleep
  • The reduction of runny nose and dry mouth
  • Less sneezing, wheezing, and coughing
  • Reduces nighttime allergies
  • Less risk of nighttime asthma attacks
  • Stronger immune system

The Kind of Air Purifier You Need in Your Home

The Austin Air Allergy Machine air purifier is specially designed to filter allergens and increase airflow immediately. A clinical trial conducted at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Centre revealed the Austin Air Allergy Machine dramatically reduces visits to the hospital in young children who suffer from asthma. 

The Austin Air Allergy Machine is specially designed to filter and remove allergens, gases, and chemicals from the air. The filtration system relieves stuffy noses, coughing, sneezing, and allergies when used properly. 

The replacement filters have a 5-year life span and are designed with HEGA technology. The Austin Air Allergy Machine filter was originally created by the United States military to protect against nuclear, chemical, and biological agents.  

Where to Use an Air Purifier in Your Home

Placing an air purifier in every bedroom is ideal for a better night's sleep, less snoring, and a lowered risk of a nighttime asthma attack in children and adults.

The following tips will help you find the perfect spot and position to place an air purifier in your home: 

  • Place the purifier in every room that contains mold, odor, smoke, and other air pollutants. 
  • Position the air purifier 3 to 5 feet off the ground.
  • Place it in doorways, windows, and other areas with the highest airflow. 
  • Avoid placing the air purifier in the corner of any room. 
  • Avoid blocking in two directions. 
  • Avoid placing the purifier in areas with high humidity such as the kitchen and bathroom. 
  • Avoid placing the air purifier near the microwave, stereo, and television because it can interfere with the function of the machine. 

Air purifiers remove harmful pollutants from the air in your home. They are designed to improve indoor air quality and encourage overall respiratory health. Are you tired of suffering from allergies and scary asthma attacks? If so, check out the Austin Air Allergy Machine or AirMedic Pro 5 Air Purifier.

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