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  • 7 Easy Ways to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality, Today

    7 Easy Ways to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality, Today

    Poor indoor air could cause short or long term health affects. If you’ve got an abundance of mold or pet dander in your home, it could trigger shortness of breath, watery eyes, sneezing, coughing, dizziness, all symptoms that sound similar to an allergic reaction. Long term affects include cancer, heart disease and respiratory disease, all serious indeed.

  • New year, new indoor air quality?

    New year, new indoor air quality?

    Here's a quick story, I recently (and with regret, accidentally) purchased a lavender-scented dish soap. Within seconds, I started to get a headache. I was washing the dishes, and no matter how hard I scrubbed, I could not get that scent off my hands all night. I smelled it in my kitchen, living room, and even bedroom for almost half an hour. It was everywhere! And the culprit was some harmless (or seeming harmless) dish soap.
  • Are you worried about your allergies during the holiday?

    Are you worried about your allergies during the holiday?

    Holidays were the most challenging time of the year for me. When I was five years old, and allergy-induced asthma attack on Christmas Eve sent me to the hospital. So, if you're worried about the holidays and your allergies, I understand. Here are some tips and tricks to deal with severe allergies during the Christmas season.
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    Pet Dander a Problem? 15 Easy Tips For an Allergy Free Home

    By all means create a safe place in your home. We suggest your bedroom where pets are not allowed. Since pet dander is sticky, change your clothes before stepping into your room. Put them in a laundry basket and bring the hamper into your room so your pet cant sleep on your clothes while youre snoozing
  • allergy defender allergen spray allergy asthma clean indoor allergies try this instead

    Allergies? When you’re ready to throw up your hands in frustration, try this.

    When we have allergies we take something to calm our body down. But, why not address the environment instead of our body? Change directions from swallowing over-the-counter (OTC) medication to spraying something in the air for relief. 

  • allergy asthma clean allergy defender allergen spray attack of the vocs

    Attack of the VOC

    Most products contain not one or two VOCs but 17 on average! In some cases, these VOCs react to the ozone in the air to create cancer causing air pollutants such as formaldehyde and methylene chloride.*