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How Indoor Air Quality Affects Allergies

Posted in Blog | Indoor Air Quality on April 29th, 2016 by Ian Stevens

Indoor air quality is not a luxury to allergy sufferers but a necessity. The unwanted air particles that cause allergies will be in far fewer concentrations if air ventilation is improved. If the air is “stale” then a buildup of allergy inducing particles occurs.

Mold Allergies

One of the leading causes of allergy in the home is mold allergy. When a buildup of mold occurs it sends spores into the air. A small amount of mold will not pose much of a problem, but if it builds up over many months and is allowed to grown then it can have a big impact on the quality of the air.

The symptoms that mold allergy induces upon an individual is similar to that of other allergies. It includes scaling skin, congestion, a runny nose, itching and sneezing. Asthma can be triggered if the mold finds its way into the lungs.

Improving the indoor air quality by removing the sources of the mold is the only way to avoid these allergy inducing air particles.

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