The first step in controlling Asthma triggers is accomplished by removing contents and materials that can harbor mold and other Asthma triggers. This needs carefully accomplished without spreading the allergens through the home like the white seeds on the dandelion plant. Treating the home with “Green” treatment methods and products is another important step. Our approach to this is to not only treat the home, but help our clients identify sources of allergens.
This baby is peacefully sleeping on the beautiful carpet and is breathing in
dust mites, dander, dirt and every other allergen brought across the floor on
the shoes of every visitor and paws of every pet. YUCK! ?
Control irritants: These can include tobacco smoke, sprays,
plug in air fresheners, fragrant candles, sprays, smog and other pollutants.
These can be better controlled with use of sweepers with HEPA filters and not
bagged sweepers. Install hard surface floors instead of carpet. Minimize dust.
Avoid Other Asthma Triggers: These include sulfites in food
and beverages. These sulfite sources include alcohol, dried fruit, processed
potatoes, sandwich meat and shrimp.
Cold air can be an Asthma trigger as well as some medicines such as cold
medicines, aspirin, vitamins, and some other supplements. Pesticides to control
the pests that are triggers can also be Asthma triggers. Other VOC’s can be
triggers. Make sure to avoid those chemicals.
We ware experts in the subject of mold, allergens and environmental
triggers. That is what we do every day. We want to do more than talk about mold
and allergens. We want every child to have the best chance of having a
healthy life. That is why you can trust us to provide “Healthy Home” information
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Interesting to Read
......It Maybe....or..Maybe Not Effective
This does tell us about the serious
concern people across the world have about mosquitoes !!!
"MOSQUITO AWAY TV"
Available in India, Not in the US
And...This Picture is What LG Claims to be Their TV Mosquito
While you're at home watching
"Infested," "The Fly," "The Wasp Woman" or
"The Deadly Mantis,"
an LG Electronics TV could be protecting
you from real-world mosquitos.
The TV issues ultrasonic sound waves that
repel mosquitos but that are too high-pitched for humans to hear, the company
says. But the 32LH520D TV only is available in India so far, Reuters
reported, perhaps disappointing people in the US who fear the insects might
carry the Zika virus to their living room
This is What LG Claims About Their
"Mosquito Away 2HP" Air Conditioners
NOT "coming to a store near you"
if you live in the United States.
“Tested in a controlled laboratory
setting; results may vary in actual use. Long term effect not tested and
mosquitoes may become resistant. This product is one of the ways to manage
mosquitoes and not intended to replace other protective device against
mosquitoes. Refer to http://www.lg.com/africa/split-air-conditioners”
Detailed Information: (to be used on the product webpage and User Manual)
IMPORTANT: Long term effect not tested and mosquitoes may become resistant.
This product is one of the ways to manage mosquitoes and not intended to
replace other protective devices against mosquitoes.
Found to expel on average 62.7% of anopheles gambiae mosquitoes. Expel rate
shows percentage of mosquitoes escaping to the outside chamber after 24 hours
The Important Facts about Formaldehyde and Other Indoor Air Contaminants
Symptoms of Formaldehyde Exposure
The EPA lists many respiratory problems as symptoms of formaldehyde exposure. These include lung, eye, nose and throat irritation. They also consider formaldehyde as a probable carcinogen. According to the CDC Toxic Substance Registry, exposed individuals can experience headaches, bronchitis and pneumonia. Sensitive individuals may experience asthma and dermatitis.