The Benefits of  Probiotics

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Asthma and allergies are two health problems that can be helped with clean indoor air. When airborne irritants such as mold spores, odors and allergens are removed, allergy and asthma sufferers often find relief from their symptoms. Even healthy people who have never suffered from allergies can benefit from clean air. 

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) The National Academy of Sciences (NAS), the American Lung Association (ALA) and the American Heart Association (AHA) all agree that exposure to fine particles impairs breathing and increases the risk of asthma attack, stroke, heart attack, and other serious illnesses. The EPA estimates that controllable levels of fine particles contribute to 17,000 premature deaths and over 12,000 hospitalizations in the U.S. each year. 

Highly regarded scientific studies in the United States and elsewhere have shown that lower exposure to fine particles reduces the risk of serious respiratory and cardiovascular events and lengthens the average lifespan. The benefits of lower exposure will be greatest for people who are most vulnerable to the effects of fine particle pollution, including children, the elderly, and others with asthma, diabetes, and heart conditions. 

 

                      Ease of Asthma/Breathe Better

There are various factors that contribute to poor indoor air quality

People who suffer from asthma are usually sensitive to outdoor pollutants like smog, smoke, soot, fumes, and more, but what they may not realize is indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than outdoor air. When you have clean indoor air, it will be much easier to breathe and therefore, much easier to perform your daily activities and live comfortably.


Reduce Allergens

Prolonged EXPOSURE to allergens can have SEVERE impacts on your health 

While many problem-causing allergens are found outside (like pollen, spores, grass, etc.), many indoor allergens like dust, mold, and dander also cause problems. When your home’s duct system isn’t cleaned correctly, these allergens will constantly build and recirculate throughout your home, making it hard for allergy sufferers to avoid a reaction.


Shorten illnesses

Allergens may be affecting you right now 

We’ve all been sick, and being sick is never fun. Whether you come down with a cold, the flu, or bronchitis, poor indoor air quality will only magnify or extend symptoms like congestion, sneezing, and itching (especially in children and elderly individuals). Clean air will help your body fight the illness and shorten its length.