Mold Allergies – Will an Air Purifier Help?
Do you constantly find yourself dealing with cold-like symptoms such as itchy, watery eyes and a runny nose? You might have mistaken these symptoms as just regular seasonal allergies, thinking they’ll eventually pass.
However, what you could be experiencing is an allergy not caused by pollen, but caused by mold.
Essentially what happens with this type of allergy is that your immune system overreacts when your body is exposed to mold spores and does everything possible to eradicate your body of it. For some people, the reaction can be quite severe and even life-threating.
In addition to symptoms like a cough and postnasal drip, you might also find yourself dealing with congestion, dry, scaly skin, and even move dangerous issues like chest tightness and shortness of breath. Mold allergies can make you pretty miserable, but luckily, we have some tips on combatting the symptoms and helping you to feel better soon.
Even though you might not see any mold in your home or workplace, doesn’t mean that it isn’t there. Mold spores are so tiny that you can’t even tell you’re inhaling them. However, your body will recognize them immediately and do everything in its power to fight them off.
Even after the source of the mold is removed or you are no longer exposed, your body will recognize the mold the next time you’re exposed, releasing the same antibodies from before that cause you to sneeze and feel sick.
There are a lot of different kinds of mold, both indoors and outdoors. While you may be allergic to one type of mold, you might not necessarily be allergic to another. Your first step is to identify what type of mold is causing you to be allergic and how to limit your exposure to it.
Start where you most likely spend most of your time, your home. Does your house have poor ventilation, with little fresh air coming in? Are there damp areas where moisture tends to build up like in the kitchen or bathroom? This is how mold starts to grow.
First thing you must do, stop the moisture. Fix the leaky roof, windows, doors faucets, drains, and toilets. If you don’t stop the leak you will never get rid of the mold.
Open your windows and start airing out the house. Install fans or dehumidifiers in rooms you know tend to get damp to ensure air can circulate well.
Once you get the space dry, we recommend that you try out our Austin Air Allergy Machine, a high tech air purifier that is guaranteed the purify the air in your home so you can breathe with less difficulty and experience minimal mold allergy symptoms.
Air purifiers such as the Allergy Machine can totally change the lives of allergy sufferers, including those that battle allergic reactions to mold.
So what makes the Allergy Machine unique? This is the only product of its kind that utilizes High-Efficiency Gas Absorption, otherwise known as HEGA filtration. This is a type of technology originally used in the military to combat air toxins as a result of chemical warfare. The air purifier removes not only mold spores from the air but also eliminates dirt, dust, pollen, and other particles that cause allergic reactions.
Don’t underestimate the power of this purification system, which is able to move 400 cubic feet of the area through the HEGA and HEPA filter. The filtration process itself occurs throughout four different stages.
Stage One: In stage one, the primary focus is to filter out the big, most problematic particles. For example, think about the dust you might see flying around when the sun shines through a room. Hair and pet dander would also be eradicated during this first step.
Stage Two: During stage two, medium particles are filtered out, such as mold spores and pollen.
Stage Three: During stage three, smaller particles that you wouldn’t spot with a naked eye will get taken care of.
Stage Four: Finally, stage four involves the HEGA filter and removes harmful chemicals and gasses that are invisible and likely don’t have a smell.
The Austin Air Allergy Machine air purifier is heavy duty and built to last for years to come using only the most premium and durable materials.
- It features three different fan speeds as well as varying noise levels.
- The filter this machine utilizes is made to last for five years, so you rarely have to deal with the hassle of replacing it.
- The motor type is a permanent split capacitor, which is known for its ability to run continuously using minimum power. In other words, you can keep this machine running all through the day and night without worrying about how much energy you’re consuming.
This device weighs about 24 pounds and utilizes wheels so it can be easily moved into place as needed. It comes in a variety of colors that will easily blend in with your décor, including black, navy, white and sandstone.
We also offer an Allergy Machine Jr., which is perfect for smaller spaces like an apartment or college dorm room. It’s a more compact unit that hardly takes up any space but will cause a very noticeable change in your air quality.
Can you really put a price on your health?
There’s no reason to continue to suffer from the symptoms associated with mold allergies if you don’t have to. With the Allergy Machine, you should notice a sudden and obvious change in your quality of life because you’ll no longer be dealing with the pesky congestion, sneezing, itchy and watery eyes that come with mold allergies. No more will your sleep suffer because you’re kept up all night due to coughing and wheezing.
Consider how important air is to the body and your overall health? It is so essential that we can go a little over one minute without it. Your body craves clean air and needs it to operate at its fullest capacity.
Do yourself a favor and invest in the Austin Air Allergy Machine air purifier today and say goodbye to your uncomfortable symptoms today.
Call us now at 800-771-2246 to learn more about this life-changing product and how it will benefit your daily life.
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