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Why are my allergies so bad in bed? Air Purifiers!

So why is it that my allergies are so bad in bed? It's not because you're sleepy. In fact, even people who don’t have a problem with their allergies at all will notice some congestion in their nose.

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Why am I suddenly allergic to my house? Air Purifiers!

A sudden increase in allergies is a common pattern health-wise in the fall. The reason for this is that with each passing day, the air becomes more and richer with allergens, like pollen. When you spend time inside your home, you may be breathing these allergens in but they can also seep into the house through small cracks and leaky windows

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Do air purifiers make noise? And which silent ones to buy!

The quietest Air Purifier runs at about 23 – 50 dB which is very quiet, the noisiest runs at 50-70 dB which can be quiet loud.

Home air purifiers are an environmentally-friendly way of reducing indoor air pollution, but they make some noise as well. So, do they make noise when they work? And how loud is the noise from your purifier?

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Where is the best place to put an air purifier in a bedroom?

Where is the best place to put an air purifier in a bedroom? You might be asking yourself - and you don't have to worry! There are many places in the home that can be where an air purification system can be installed.

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Can I put air purifier on my carpet? (Its best If you don’t!)

You can, but it is better not too.

An alternative is to place a barrier between your carpet and purifier. You can use an old blanket, duvet cover or tarpaulin and then put down a layer of newspaper before flipping over the blanket or cover. These things will help catch any dust particles which may float up when you turn on your purifier for cleaning purposes.

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Do air purifiers make a room less stuffy? Air Purifiers!

If you suffer from allergies or asthma, then one of your biggest concerns may be how to make your room less stuffy. In fact, depending on the severity of your respiratory problems, it could be something you need to deal with every day. Thankfully, there are a number of steps you can take to lessen the impact.

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Is it better to dust with a wet or dry cloth? Air Purifiers!

A wet cloth is more effective than a dry cloth in removing dust and debris from surfaces but a dry cloth is safer because it won't spread the dust.

Don’t use a damp cloth on wood furniture or other items that could be damaged by water; you should also avoid using an air-drying towel on furniture as they can leave behind lint and create unwanted marks.

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How do you get dust out of the air without an air purifier?

If you're ever got dust in the air, this is a good way to get it out. Firstly, stop the outdoor environment from bringing in more dust by closing the windows and using your air conditioner. Let natural sunlight work its magic and keep the rest of your house from getting dusty. Consider investing in a vacuum cleaner that is specifically made for picking up small particles, rather than having one that's traditional but has a multi-floor release mechanism."

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Does vitamin D help hay fever? Air Purifiers!

Yes, vitamin D does help people with hay fever. This is because the vitamin helps to reduce inflammation in the body, and it also enhances immune system function. Vitamin D actually boosts the immune system's ability to fight illness. If you have been diagnosed with hay fever, it's a good idea to get your vitamin D levels checked as well as your allergy symptoms

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Why did I develop hay fever? - Air Purifiers!

Yes you can. Sometimes hay fever seems to come out of nowhere. What's more, symptoms may appear in your child or grandchild without any prior symptoms. The condition can also become more severe later in life. Hay fever is most prevalent in the late spring and early summer, when pollen counts are high. Outdoor activities such as gardening are also more likely to cause an allergy reaction.

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