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How To Prevent Airborne Allergies In Your Child | What All Parents Should Know.

Preventive Care Is What’s Important

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How Airborne Allergies Can Be Dealt With

My family clearly understood that reducing the level of airborne allergens in our home could be an important part of preventing recurring ear aches and other health issues.

My mom was very big on good health & wellness, when it comes to keeping us ‘germ free.’ But anyone’s family will experience unhealthy effects through  airborne allergies,

…..If the proper device isn’t used.

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Boy being tested for mild hearing loss in left ear due to allergies.

When we were in grade school, my mom knew airborne allergens exist throughout the year, worst in particular seasons.

Mom knew that there was a dramatic increase in young children who suffer from allergy-related hearing loss and tinnitus in the springtime.

This also led my parents to wonder: Do allergies  cause hearing loss or tinnitus as well? (She always wondered this, but wasn’t sure.)

So after consulting our family physician, his answer to her was, “Yes! Allergies can impact hearing.”

I remember her saying that our health is the most important thing on earth! She wanted to do everything within her power to keep our home’s environment as one of the most healthiest and safest places.

To combat this problem regarding airborne allergies, which could also affect your child’s hearing, My Family strongly recommend this product that has helped us greatly…

    “The Germ Guardian!”

Germ Guardian True HEPA Filter Air Purifier for Home, Office, Bedrooms, Filters Allergies, Pollen, Smoke, Dust, Pet Dander, UV-C Sanitizer Eliminates Germs, Mold, Odors, Quiet 22 inch 3-in-1 AC4825W

This device removes allergens and microbes from the air. These can go a long way toward purifying the stale and polluted air in a home and child’s room.

Here are a couple reviews on this amazing product:

ycart

March 16, 2019

Awesome!!! Well worth the money. In one day roughly 2hrs the master bedroom/ bathroom I noticed a huge difference. I have two dogs. Moved it to the living room with open kitchen off of it and in 24hrs a complete difference.. it’s a much larger space . I will be buying another one. This has helped my allergies and asthma especially at night.
5 people found this helpful

JM Black

March 26, 2019

“It’s so light and quiet (on the lowest setting) that I was worried about it working properly, but it does! I bought it for my cats because they were having upper respiratory issues, all of which have disappeared the day after receiving and turning this thing on. Very worthwhile purchase!”
21 people found this helpful


So I’d like to give a great, Big “THANK YOU VERY MUCH” to the manufactures of this fantastic product and to Amazon for selling this product at a reasonable price.
Read here for product description, price and more reviews.

More ‘Key’ Information:

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Volatile Indoor Air Pollutants:

Volatile organic vapors can cause irritation of the upper respiratory tract and middle ear. The items that contribute to this should be identified and removed from the home.

These include waxes, polishes, varnish, paint, cleaning solutions, old newsprint, and much more.

Vacuum Cleaners and Carpeting:

Dr. Edward Kenny, of the York Research Laboratory, claims that rugs and carpets test about 20 times dirtier than the average city sidewalk.

The carpet is where infants and toddlers spend most of their time, so ensuring a clean play area is crucial.

Typical “bag filter” vacuum cleaners are notorious for moving more dust around the house than almost any other source. They are also a harbor for house mites, bacteria, and antigens.
The evidence linking smoking and children otitis media is indisputable. Cigarette smoke is among the most significant respiratory irritants found indoors.

otitis media in childrenis well documented. The solution for parents who smoke is to either quit smoking or smoke outside the home.

If you choose to continue smoking in the presence of your child, first consider the adverse effects of repeated antibiotics (to which your child will likely be subjected).

Also, consider that the alternative methods that I mentioned earlier, may be significantly less effective if you continue to smoke.
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56 comments on “How To Prevent Airborne Allergies In Your Child | What All Parents Should Know.”

  • It’s quite simple when you understand that the health of your child is a priority and from there you’ll know how to take care of them properly. Ariborne allergies are some of the most common things that affects kids these days and they fo not understand how to deal with it so as parents we should keep our Ward safe from these allergies. I will get the guardian for my home.

    • Yes Bella, any caring family should always put their children’s health first. With so much crap floating around in our air today, young children are vulnerable to these treacherous elements that could make them feel irritable. It’s up to us as parents, to protect our loved ones health. Please share this with others.  

  • Airborne allergies is a very rampant thing nowadays especially in kids and it’s very important to keep preventive measures. This is really the first time I’m knowing that airborne allergies can affect a child’s hearing, then this is issue should be made known to the world in general. I’ll share it to some other platforms, people needs to be sensitized about these health issues. Thanks for sharing.

    • Airborne allergies run more rampant in children living in certain areas, such as heavily pollinated, grassy and wooded areas. Itchy eyes, watery and running nose can make a child irritable and feel like crap! Ears can also get stuffy and itchy too, leading to a temporary hearing loss. I agree that many folks don’t know this. Please share my post with others. 

  • Hello Ronald, great to see you putting in some work here on how to prevent airborne diseases with the kids. I can remember as a young boy having had friends who had issues with hearing as well. I didn’t under what it was all about then though but now I think it is all clear to me. This is wonderful and I will like to give it a try for my little sister at home. I am very sure that it will work because anything recommended by you is good to go. Thanks for this!

    • Hello my friend. Thank you for commenting. It’s great to have quality products offered, that can combat serious bacteria and pathogens in the air. These are the things which affect our children and make our homes dangerous to even breath in. Cleaner air within our home living environment is essential to the growth and safety of our families. Please share my post with others. 

  • Hi Ronald,

    Thank you for taking the time to write this very interesting and informative article on how to prevent airborne pathogens allergies in your child. If you have children then I’m sure that you feel the same about them as I do, they are the most important people in our lives and we must take care of them. Your mom was a very wise mother she saw that stuff in the air can cause all sorts of problems for children, I didn’t know that it could affect hearing though thanks for that. Did you suffer from allergies as a child?

    I’m sure that your article will be of benefit to many parents, the “Germ Guardian” looks like the answer.

    Regards 

    Fintan

    • Thank you Fintan for checking in with me. To answer your question, not me personally but my younger brother did. He has been dealing with that for years, until we had to find a helpful solution. Harmful allergies affect many families all over. Then it all depends on what area you live in too, as well. Some allergy issues can be worst than others. Pease share my post with others.

  • Hello Ronald, airborne allergies are everywhere and some of it can be really prevented like our kids being in a school bus or even in schools amongst their friends. There is the need to keep our kids safe from germs, and that should be the priority of most parents. I am glad you have given a suggestion and to the purifier you have given, The Germ Guardian. Such small things can help us a lot.

    • You would think that if parents took into consideration their child’s health and not send them to school sick, then the possibility of other students getting ill would be moot. It should be a policy within the school system that parents should monitor that when their child is sick with allergies, then they should stay home. Please share my post with others.

  • Hi Ronald;

    Thanks for sharing all of the great details about preventing airborne allergies in children. You’ve highlighted the problems and some great products for dealing with mold, dust, germs, pet dander, etc. What you say it true about preventing issues early on to help avoid hearing loss later in life. I’m all in favor of preventative measures for our health and well-being.

    Our neighbors have a new baby, and one of the older children has had issues with earaches and allergies. I’m going to show them your post. I’m sure they’ll find it helpful.

    Thanks,
    Stella 🙂

    • Hi Stella for stopping by. I know there are tons of people not aware of this problematic issue and how it can affect hearing. Air-borne germs and bacteria can cause more damage than what most people think. We must keep the health and safety of our families first. Please share this with as many parents possible.

  • Hi Ronald. many thanks for this thorough investigation on our allergies. I am an allergic person myself, since childhood. Thank you so much for your advice on these air purifiers, I would never have thought of using them to fight, for instance, the hay fever that affects me every year from March until September. It’s funny, because I have always hated rugs and carpets. Thanks a lot. Cheers.

    • Well Purdey, as fast as bacteria and airborne pathogens fill the air in carpeted homes, it’ll make you want to go through the house ripping everything up and throwing it out. I guess that’s why many folks prefer hardwood floors. No fuss, No muss! That hay fever can be a nuisance! Thanks for commenting. 

  • Hi Ronald,

    I agree with you that we should try to avoid allergies especially in our children in the air of our house. 

    Recently in my house I had carpet placed in the rooms, I removed them because they are an infectious focus where mites, microbes, parasites, etc. live. They pollute the environment, the use of dehumidifiers reduce the humidity to help us breathe better. 

    Excellent post. Thank you!

    • Yes my friend. You did the right thing by removing those germ infested carpets from your home. It’s amazing that most folks don’t know how many germs and bacteria embedded in carpet accumulates. (You may as well be walking outside barefooted). Only certain designed vacuum models can rectify the most serious problems.

  • I was really surprised to learn that airborne allergies can impact hearing on kids and possibly cause hearing loss. As a parent, I am determined to keep our home environment safe and healthy. 

    Your specific point on the vacuum cleaners and carpeting is my major takeaway in this post. How can it be that we have more dirts (20 times higher) in rugs and carpets in a home than in a normal side walk in the town?

    I will definitely invest in your recommended anti-allergen vacuum cleaner. 

    I love this post and will share it.

    • Thanks Chris for checking in with me. Being healthy and safe should always be a ‘top’ priority among families. 

      Dr. Edward Kenny, of the York Research Laboratory, made the claim about carpets are 20 times nastier than a city street, based his studies on the amount of airborne pathogens and bacteria embedment over the lifetime of a carpet. Shag carpets are the worse due to their thickness!  

      The cleaners I promote on my site are specially designed to keep all families in a safe, healthy environment. Please share my article with others.

  • Interesting article, thank you!  I have to say, I totally believe that a carpet can be 20 times more nasty than a busy city sidewalk!  Carpet is NOT the easiest thing to clean completely.  Dust, dirt, mites, and even fleas can bed in carpet no matter how awesome your vacuum is, especially if it’s embedded at the bottom.  I’m shuddering just thinking about this.  I’m glad I have hardwood floors, suddenly.  I also didn’t know that mold and other allergens could cause problems with ears in children.  Crazy!  Thanks again.

    • Hey Selenity, I see we’re on the same page! I agree that carpets can get so nasty deep down, that they only appear clean on the surface; regardless of how much you vacuum. To completely have assurance that your vacuuming is doing the job getting rid of all bacteria that causes allergies, a person should try the specially designed units that I offer. But having hardwood floors as you have eliminates all problems.

  • I had no idea that allergies could cause hearing loss or tinnitus in children … The air dehumidifier looks great and it would be a good idea to get one. I also didn’t know that there is a vaccum cleaner with a complete sealed system that traps allergens and dust inside. Are the prices reasonable for such vaccum cleaners?

    Smoking is obviously a huge respiratory irritant, and passive smoking can cause much damage, I knew about the damages, but I didn’t even realize that you’re inhaling repeated antibiotics … I do not allow smoking in my house, but my boyfriend smokes in my car. When there is a child in the car, he shouldn’t be smoking either – the child is not there yet, lol, but when it comes, he and I will have to talk about this.

    Very useful post. Thanks for sharing!

    • Yes Christine, airborne allergies and bacteria can be detrimental to any child’s health. Regardless of how thoroughly you may have thought you cleaned your home, those harmful germs are still in the air and deep in your carpet. The only way to completely rid yourself of these harmful germs is to use any of the items promoted on my site.

      These devices are specially designed to eliminate those pesky and unhealthy viruses. They are reasonably priced and will get the job done. As far as smoking in the car around a child? That’s not a good idea.  

  • Airborne allergies are a definite problem in many areas of the world and in my case directly within my grandchildren. They live in Germany and are very sensitive to airborne microbes and dust, pollen, and etc. We use a negative ion generator in the bedrooms and in the common areas as well throughout the house.

    There are so many health issues that can arise from these pollutants and the kids have had earaches, breathing problems, and other allergic reactions. At certain times of the year (Spring and Fall) the problem gets worse. Mold and mildew also play a part in this, as these are often damp times of the year.

    Your article definitely offers some good solutions with the equipment you highlight, and as a personal testimonial, I would like to say that investing in one of these machines will help immensely. Money should not be a consideration either. Rather look at the specs and the user reviews.

    Thanks for highlighting an important health issue and offering some solid solutions! Kids are gonna love you for this (as are parents and grandparents like me).

    • Thank you Dave. I’m so happy that I could provide useful and helpful information to the public. It’s almost a ‘No-brainer’ for parents, who care about their children’s health, to purchase a good humidifier; preferably a negative Ion generator type like yourself. I agree, as you stated, that the allergy problem is worst in other countries and depending on the time of year, it can be very hard on the child.

  • Allergies are so common amongst  Children and it is important for parents to know how to prevent these airborne allergies. Your post is very informative. It is true humidifiers can be very useful when trying to keep the air clean.We have to make sure that our homes are safe for our little ones. Thanks so much for sharing.

    • Jimiro, I want to thank you for stopping by. Airborne allergies are ‘silent killers’ in regards to the immune system that works to keep us healthy. Young children are the most susceptible to these airborne allergies. Being in the presence of a good humidifier in the home, will decrease chances of any damaging particles entering their body. 

  • Hey Ronald,

    Another great post from you.

    I know your post is mainly directed at children, which is great, but would I be right in assuming that many of the tips you talk about would apply in adults as well?

    My wife wakes up everyday with sneezing fits for the 1st 10 minutes of the day, and I am convinced it is the aircon system that creates this for her.

    Would that be possible?

    Tim

    PS. I love your hat and smiling face. Make you look very approachable!

    • Hi Tim. Welcome back! Thanks for the compliment. (yes, I do look rather jazzy,don’t I)? LOL. Although most of my advice I give targets children, It can apply to adults as well. That issue regarding your wife, touches home. My daughter and I went through the same problem, non-stop sneezing. I purchased the ‘5-in-one Pro Breeze Humidifier’  https://tinyurl.com/yc5ph27n  This device removed all the germs and airborne bacteria which was causing all our problems. Tim, this will help your wife as well.

  • It’s terribly sad to find out that certain airborne allergies can be behind hearing loss or tinnitus in children – I didn’t realise this sort of thing could get so serious! 

    You’ve covered quite a few common concerns from a regular home here, damp, dust etc etc. Which do you think is the most common and regular factor…yet probably the easiest to combat once people have the knowledge?

    Very interesting article.

    Chris. 

    • Yes Chris, airborne allergies can become a serious issue in relation to causing hearing issues among children. To answer your question, pets, mold, dust and mildew are most common problem issues in the home and office. When the area is carpeted, this is a ‘breeding ground’ for most germs and bacteria. Normal cleaning won’t do. This can easily be rectified with the proper equipment design just for that purpose. My website carries some products that’s very helpful.

  • Hi Kennedy, this is a great information! It is so true to provide safe environment to our precious one! My 9 months old had a cold last month and we bought a humidifier for her to help her breathing. After reading your article, I think I should get a dehumidifier? I wasn’t sure. I’m glad we didn’t have carpet at home, that can reduce the allergy!

    • Hi Emily. These airborne germs and bacteria create allergies in many homes, and most folks don’t know the origin of the problem. Like you stated, your child’s health is the most important thing on earth. Keeping them healthy by providing clean air is ‘key.’ The only way to solve that problem is through specialize equipment, such as a Negative Ion Generator, which I offer on my site. 

      People with carpet stands at a high risk of having bacteria and germs trapped in the carpet, which over time will affect the families health. Regardless on much you try and clean carpet, it will never be safe enough.

  • Hello Kennedy,

    Thank you for the post because it gave me new knowledge about allergies. I didn’t know that airborne can cause allergie before reading this post. My neighbour has a baby who always suffers from allergie even being at his room and his mother didn’t know the cause. Air-Cleaners and Dehumidifiers will be the answer to that family.

    Thank you

    • I’ve heard this many times before about how families constantly suffer with allergies and not knowing where they’re coming from. Regardless of how often they clean their homes, the family keeps getting ill. These airborne germs are hard to get rid of without the proper equipment. Past this article on to your neighbor and tell her to go to this link and read about the Pro-Breeze 5 -in-one Air Purifier with HEPA filter. This should eliminate all the problems and her family will start enjoying clean healthy air. (also great for kids room) https://tinyurl.com/yc5ph27n

  • I think I came across your page just at the right time. We live in a very humid climate so the dehumidifier is something I’ll have to have a closer look at. On top of that we have cats in the house and lots of trees outside, all sources for allergies. So maybe we should get the purifier. Or is there a product that can do both? That would be perfect. 

    • Thank you Petra for checking in with me. You are a very smart person to be concerned about your family’s health and the environment in which they live. Dangerous air borne germs are everywhere. Without the proper equipment, it’ll be very difficult to combat the problem.

      So what I would recommend is the Probreeze 5-in-1 Air purifier w/HEPA filter. https://tinyurl.com/yc5ph27n This should eliminate both the germs from your trees and the cats in your home. This purifier is a Negative Ion Generator designed to eliminate issues from smoke, mold, dust, odor, germs/allergies (coming in from your trees), and pets. (Also, great for kids room.) Get the best results for the money. Your best inexpensive buy. Check it out: https://tinyurl.com/yc5ph27n

  • Hello Ronald, Thank you so much for the great suggestions.  Airborne microbials have always been a concern for me. Not only for my own children, but as a landlord, I want to help protect my tenants health as well.

    I try to have the air ducts cleaned on a regular basis and always use high grade filters in the HVAC. I was very interested in the vacuum section of your article and firmly believe that carpet and furniture are major contributors for hidden bacteria.

    In addition to vacuuming would you recommend regular carpet cleaning as a method of combating airborne nasties in the home?

    • Hi Glenn. It seems those pesky airborne bacterias that linger in the air just won’t go away, unless you use ‘special cleaning equipment’ specializing in combating that problem. (Like the ones listed in my article.) Many folks & their families struggle through sickness for weeks not knowing why; not realizing the culprit is right their at home or at the office. To answer your question, regular carpet cleaning would not eliminate all the germs and bacteria (regardless of how often it’s done). Only specialized equipment as I mentioned, will take care of the problem.

  • Hi RJkennedy; You know that I am one of those persons who suffer significantly from Allergy and I never consider that sometimes the Allergy could be caused by some airborne elements?

    I kept searching the house and outdoor, and many times I do not identify anything causing allergy.

    Now that I have read your post I will discuss the possibility with my Family Doctor to see how we together can identify some airborne conductors.
    DorcasW

    • Good idea Dorcas. In regards to connecting with your family physician, many of your unanswered questions can be taken care of. Some people are probably going through what you’re going through; having chronic allergies and not knowing the cause of its origin. This is why the specialized products I offer will hopefully make some family health situation much better. 

  • Hi Kennedy,

    Yeah, child’s care is probably the best point to focus on, because stuff like bacteria and other factors are not as favorable to their health. And good caring doesn’t have to be too hard really. If you’re passionate about what you’re doing, then you will kinda automatically put out better interest on your kids than allowing them to suffer from hearing loss or tinnitus.

    thanks for your informative post!

    • In today’s society, as parents, we can never be too careful when it comes to our children’s health. Sometimes we can be over-protective. Are families health is our major concern. This is why I researched the best air purifier for the home. These products will eliminate harmful bacteria that has the potential of damaging our children’s hearing health. Thank you for checking in my friend.

  • Air pollution is such a prevalent problem.

    It’s good to know there is a remedy at least indoors for children and adults with your recommended Air Purifier.

    The Shark Rotator Professional XL looks like a real good candidate for my next vacuum cleaner. I like the Anti-allergen Complete Seal Technology and the ultra-quiet operation.

    It’s good to know that your preventive care ideas can really help guard my child (and me) from allergens and protect them from developing ear problems.

    Thank you

    • Yes Alexander my friend. It becomes a real issue knowing the air we breath can make us and our children unhealthy. With all the crap and other dangerous micro-particles blowing around in the air today, it’s a wonder we are all still around today. This is why I reserched to provide the best products I could offer that’s beneficial to your families health. Family is always what matters the most.

  • Hello there.

    I enjoyed reading your post.

    Since I had alergies as a child I know how hard it can be for a child to deal with all this.

    As you mentioned all the places where there might be some kind of mold (kitchen, basment, bathroom) are usually the starters of the problems.

    I personally had the trouble with the mold from the bathroom and i was allergic to dust when I was kid.

    Air-Cleaners and dehumdifiers helped me during my childhood.

    • Hi my friend. There are many homes aound the globe, that’s filled with hidden bacteria. Children within the family develope allergies from this bacteria and mold, and most parents don’t have a clue as to why their child is sick. It takes special cleaners, for the carpet, air and humidifiers to rid the home of this problem and create a more liveable atmosphere.

  • My daughter is now an adult, so I haven’t thought about these issues for a long time. I think that you have good information and product on this page.

    One thing I would add is to open the windows and get lots of fresh air in the house. I don’t live in America, but when I was there, the houses are often sealed up tightly in both winter and summer. Surely that is unhealthy.

    Another thing that I would encourage is to let your kids, get dirty, even let them play in the dirt. I think that there are healthy elements in the earth that can aid kid’s disease/allergy resistance.

    • It’s interesting Peter, that you mentioned healthy elements in dirt. Years ago, I thought I read something on this. I don’t think it has ever been any concret evidence this is effective, but maybe it is a good thing. Anything’s worth trying to keep our children healthy. As far as opening windows, you increase the chance of all other airborne allergens blowing into your home, causing more problems.

  • This is vital information in dealing with airborne allergies. My four year old has been struggling with allergies in the morning and been to doctors to no avail. The cold season made it worse for her. I will try one of the products you mention. Keep up the good work.

    • Hi Emmy, Children can pickup all types of allergies at any given time. Caring parents do try protecting their familes as best as they could. Not realizing that a dirty carpet that’s cleaned with a normal vacuum cleaner will not rid the area of deep-embedded bacteria, which is harmful to the families health. With the right product, as I’ve listed, this can easily be accomplished in a healthy way.

  • Kids are so important to the future and making sure they are brought up in a safe, clean and hygienic environment is so important. It seems more and more children are developing these different types of allergies, I really wonder why? Is it because of technology or the fact that we are protecting our kids too much these days!
    These products you have reviewed look like they would really help with allergies in the air, who knows what is lurking in the air we breath.

    • Yes Kris, hidden bacteria and different types of germs in the air can be a killer in any family. It’s so important, as you stated to live in a clean and germ-free environment. Children now-a-day, seem too be getting sick due too the lack of non-caring parents, sending their sick children out among the healthier ones. Maybe they don’t know what their child is carrying. 

      The typical age for diagnosis is around 4 to 6 years old. Symptoms—including sneezing; stuffy or runny nose; cough and scratchy throat due to postnasal drip; puffy, watery, itchy eyes, mouth, or skin.

  • This was recently brought to my attention how important it is to replace the carpets in my home to prevent airborne allergies. I thankfully do have a bagless vacuum, but even though it’s vacuumed daily, there’s still YEARS of digusting junk hidden underneath that I now know highly contributes to airborne allergies! I hadn’t known the importance of replacing a carpet routinely. I figured if it was clean on the surface, it was fine, but I just realized, NO WAY, it just collects so much gross bacteria, and all the germs and everything that are brought in from the bottom of our shoes from the outdoors. Yuck, now I understand why some people leave their shoes at the door. I’ll be taking some of these measures as you’ve offered in this article to prevent airborne allergies, because it’s something that is soo relevant in my home!

    • Smart lady you are to realize a carpet, regardless of how much it’s been cleaned, can still carry tons of germs that  causes serious health issues to your family. Bacteria found embedded so deep in most cartpeting you’d think it’ll take a miracle to restore clean air to your home. This is why through research, I listed the most effective and safest devices for the home. Hopefully, this will help many families.

  • Wow, that quote from the York Research Laboratory about carpets being 20 times dirtier than a city sidewalk is rather disgusting! Who would have thought that? I’ve had experiences with people trying to sell me extremely expensive bagged vacuums that are supposedly better than the rest, but I’ve never heard of a water vacuum. Do you have any links or more info on those?

    • Hi Ryan, thanks for checking in. Here’s more info on these machines and why they are important for families to have. Water filtration vacuums use ‘water’ rather than filters or bags. … They are multi-use vacuum cleaners that can help children & adults with allergies because they can eliminate allergens and bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens that may be lingering in the home.

      Does your child have sinus or allergies? How can you reduce some of your sinus and allergies at home for yourself or your child? We all know the job of a vacuum cleaner. With today’s modern advancements, most vacuum cleaners are now enhanced with water filter technology. 

      Ryan, Air filters in vacuum cleaners also makes a huge difference. Air filters can help to reduce the levels of allergens. For example, electrostatic and high-efficiency particulate absorption (HEPA) filters can effectively remove many allergens from the air. Ryan, if interested, here’s an inexpensive Pure Air-Water filtration system by Kalorik which I recommend. Here’s the link: https://tinyurl.com/yad35ezo

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