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Do You Need an Air Purifier?

You’ve heard the buzz. Every time you complain about sneezing through the night or about your dog’s hair driving you crazy, you have a friend that tells you about how their air purifier  completely changed their life.

We’ve been there too, and we’re here to tell you that the hype is well-deserved. While they won’t cure your allergies and asthma, air purifiers really do work wonders for those of us that suffer from indoor allergies.

When choosing an air purifier, you should consider your greatest needs. Do you and your family need allergy relief? Is asthma your biggest issue? Is your home prone to dustiness? Odds are, there’s a purifier out there made specifically to meet your needs.

If you’re thinking about testing a few out, check out this New York Times article, where a lifelong allergy-sufferer does just that!

While his analysis is extremely thorough, take note that he conducted his study in 2013, so new systems have definitely been introduced to the market since then. Not to mention, what works (or doesn’t work) for one person, might not be the same for you! We all have incredibly unique ways of responding to allergens, and the only way to know your best solution for sure is to visit an expert allergist.

The care providers at BreatheAmerica see patients every day who struggle with allergies, sinuses, and asthma, and they’ve helped them find their way towards a lifestyle that they never could have imagined before.
Visit our website to learn more or to schedule your BreatheAmerica consultation today!