You may have heard or read about “toxic mould.” Actually, moulds themselves are not toxic or poisonous.
If you have allergies or asthma, you are sensitive to certain triggers. These triggers can set off a reaction in your lungs and other parts of the body. Triggers can be found indoors and outdoors and be simple things like…
While trying to create a clean air environment in your home, you may actually be polluting the air with dangerous levels of ozone.
Recent research by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) confirms that fish oil and olive oil dietary supplements may help reduce the deadly effects of air pollution on your cardiovascular system. These EPA findings offer hope that at least some of the adverse health effects associated with exposure to fine and ultrafine particles can be mitigated.
Determining the triggers that can cause allergies or asthma isn’t always easy. In this blog post, we’ll identify some of the more common triggers, and what you can do to – if not eliminate them – curtail their affect on your air quality and health.
Your home is a busy place. People are always working, playing, cooking, washing, cleaning, and moving things around. These daily activities can release small particles and chemicals that build up in the air you breathe. Whether your home is large or small, old or new, the air inside may be causing breathing problems, especially for people with allergies and asthma.