When most people think of seasonal allergies, they usually think of common elements or triggers such as trees, grass, pollen, dust and other pesty outdoor allergens. But, did you know that most allergy symptoms tend to increase during the holidays? Why, you ask? Believe it or not, the holidays can heighten your allergic sensitivities due to several common culprits from inside your home. To combat your sniffles around the dinner table this holiday season, the team at Air Oasis has compiled a list of the most common allergy triggers for this time of year.
September is Baby Safety Month! The team at Air Oasis understands the importance of Baby Safety Month and wants to help out parents with some tips on how to keep your baby breathing safer, fresher and cleaner air.
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Do you ever think about the air you breathe? Often times, people assume that indoor air is cleaner than outdoor air. However, according to the National Safety Council, microbial pollutants like mold, pet dander and plant pollen can combine with chemicals like radon and volatile organic compounds to create an extremely toxic environment in your home, making the air quality in your house worse than the air quality outdoors!
We all know of the unpleasant odors that can fill our home, from trash, to pets, to diaper pails, the list is endless. While there are many different “temporary” solutions to rid the home of these odors, nothing seems to work in keeping homes clean and fresh permanently. Until now.
With spring in full force, allergies can get the best of us, and even worse, the best of our children. As parents struggle to keep their children comfortable during this season full of pollen, dust, and other air allergens, the team at Air Angel has come up with a few ways to eliminate these problems throughout your home.