We hear a lot about air pollution, but might not think about our indoor air quality. October is National Indoor Air Quality Month.
Studies show that poor outdoor air quality can worsen asthma and allergies. This news may make you think you need to stay indoors to avoid . But your may actually be worse than the outdoor air.
Proper asthma and allergy management involves more than taking your medicines. You also have to think about the quality of the air where you spend your time. You may have heard that you should reduce the allergens in your home. That’s a great start. But that’s only a part of what it takes to create healthy indoor air.
Did you know we spend about 1/3 of our lives in our bedrooms? Your bedroom may be full of allergens, asthma triggers, scents and chemicals. What about your living room and kitchen? Where can allergens and asthma triggers hide there? Learn more in AAFA's Breathe Easier: Indoor Air Quality blog series:
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The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America and Dyson are giving away three certified asthma & allergy friendly® Dyson Pure Cool™ Link air cleaners.
TO ENTER: Comment on any of the Breathe Easier: Indoor Air Quality blogs to tell us how you manage the indoor air quality in your home and any challenges you face.
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The comment on each blog post with the most “likes” by 10/31/17 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific will receive one Dyson Pure Cool Link air cleaner.