Looking For Tips On Improving Indoor Air Quality For Allergy Suffers?
Pollen, dander, dust and mold are unpleasant airborne particles that will leave allergy sufferers feeling tired, itchy and irritated.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at The Medina Gazette.
#1 May 16, 2012
Healthier indoor air is critical especially for those who are susceptible to respiratory ailments, colds, viruses and bacteria. Studies by the Environmental Protection Agency indicate that billions of dollars are spent every year on medication to help Americans breathe better or cure their respiratory illnesses, including such ailments as asthma, hay fever and other allergies. Indoor air pollution is the result of the imbalance between the negative and positive ions found in all indoor environments, particularly where homes or buildings are insulated to save energy or winter cold, Ionizers and ozone machines are effective and will improve indoor air quality, they do require ongoing maintenance. There is an, inexpensive onetime application that removes odors and balances the positive and negative ions improving indoor air quality, Air-ReNu a paint additive it only has to be applied once works 24/7/365. www.air-renu.com
Add your comments below
|Plethora of pollen blamed on erratic weather pa...||Jun 22||Buzz Lightyear||3|
|Circassia cat allergy therapy fails against pla...||Jun 20||meow||1|
|Post Orgasmic Illness Syndrome (May '11)||Jun 14||Paul||11|
|allergy worse when rains??? (Dec '08)||May 31||AllergicTo Rain||48|
|strange and sudden allergic reaction (Nov '06)||May '16||Washlady||61|
|Allergic reaction? (Aug '08)||May '16||Annoyed||5|
|Natural Allergy Treatment (May '12)||Apr '16||Nasalguardinfo||14|
Find what you want!
Search Allergy Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC