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How Air Purifiers Can Help Medical Marijuana UsersAir purifiers that make use of a high quality HEPA or carbon filtration system are able to remove the airborne particles that create odors in a home or apartment. In the case of pot smoke, such a system will remove the minute particles of marijuana that are carried into the air with the smoke when it is burned. This allows those who use medical marijuana to smoke it in the comfort of their own homes without having to be concerned with the odors that their medicine gives off. As with tobacco smoke, pot smoke has a bad tendency to permeate everything it touches, including furniture, clothing, and even walls and carpets. This can make getting the smell of it out of a house very difficult if someone smokes there for a long period of time without making use of an air purification system. Of course, air purifiers can do much more than remove unpleasant odors. By removing allergens and mold spores, they can also make for a more healthful environment overall. Several studies have concluded that air purifiers can help reduce allergic reactions and asthma attacks when used regularly. Those who use marijuana marijuana do so for their health, and a good air purifier can help them to live a healthier life as well. Allergens and smoke do nothing to help existing medical conditions. For those who are currently using medical marijuana to treat an illness, US Air Purifiers has many top of the line units that can keep homes smelling fresh and remove unhealthy impurities from the air.
With air pollution worse than ever and a historically intense "pollen tsunami" overcoming the defenses of allergy sufferers across the country, you might think you're doomed to deal with airborne pollutants wherever you go. However, there's one place where you can have a significant influence on the quality of the air you breathe: your home. Here are a few easy ways to take control of the air quality in your living space and give yourself a safe haven from allergies and air pollution:
- Vacuum often. One of the best ways to keep dust, pollen and other allergens from accumulating in your home is to vacuum often. Especially if you and your family are outside much of the time, it's easy to end up tracking in pollutants. Vacuums are more efficient than brooms and dusters in removing these from the home.
- Use fewer chemical cleaning products. Studies have shown that children who live in homes where bleach is often used to clean are more likely to come down with various infections, and the harsh chemicals in other cleaning products can also affect your airways. Instead, try to use cleaners with natural, non-toxic ingredients.
- Keep plants in the home. Plants are the air purifiers of the natural world. They absorb pollutants and carbon dioxide and return oxygen to the room they're kept in.
- Use an air purifier. A home air purifier is your best line of defense against airborne allergens in your home. Air purifiers with HEPA filters are the best able to remove the most common sources of allergies as well as other damaging small particles.
For help finding the best air purifier for allergies to keep your home's air fresh this season, contact us at US Air Purifiers today.
According to a new study conducted at the University of Pittsburgh's Graduate School of Public Health, exposure to high levels of fine particulate pollution during the first years of life may increase a child's chance of developing an autism spectrum disorder.
The study, led by Dr. Evelyn Talbott of Pitt's epidemiology department, focused on 430 families living in southwestern Pennsylvania. 211 of the families had children with autism, while 219 of them did not. The researchers estimated children's individual exposure to fine particulate pollution, which originates largely from car exhaust and power plants, using information about where the mothers lived during and immediately after pregnancy and models developed by one of the study's co-authors.
They found that the children who had the highest levels of exposure to air pollution were about one and a half times more likely to develop autism spectrum disorders than those who had less exposure. This follows in the footsteps of three other recent studies of the effects of air pollution on autism that had similar results, two of which were conducted in California and one of which was also conducted at Pitt.
"Autism spectrum disorders are lifelong conditions for which there is no cure and limited treatment options, so there is an urgent need to identify any risk factors that we could mitigate, such as pollution," Talbott said in a statement.
Autism now affects about one in 68 children in the U.S., a much higher rate than even a few years ago, so the need for early identification of its possible causes is greater than ever before.
To protect yourself and your family from the detrimental effects of air pollution, shop for a home air purifier with U.S. Air Purifiers today.
According to a recently released study, the Sunshine State has had anything but sunny health outcomes in store for its young residents with asthma over the past years. Despite heavy government spending on programs designed to help children with asthma and their parents deal with the disease, the rate of severe asthma attacks for children in the state seems to be rising.
According to a Kaiser Health News analysis of the latest available data on emergency room visits by county, the rate of ER visits for asthma in children has spiked by a significant amount over the period between 2005 and 2012. Among children under 5, the rate has increased by 6 percent, and among children between 5 and 17, by 18 percent. These increases were particularly pronounced in the Central Valley, where the rate of ER visits for children over 5 in 2012 was more than double what it was in 2005.
This jump in ER visit rates has some public health experts discouraged, as the state and federal governments spend $1.54 million per year on asthma prevention and education programs in California. According to employees in this field, the most common causes of ER visits for children with asthma include improperly administered medications and high levels of air pollution.
However, there is some good news: The rising rate of ER visits doesn't reflect an increase in the number of California children diagnosed with asthma, which has held steady at 15 percent since 2001. Also, the rate of overnight or longer hospital stays for asthma symptoms has decreased across both the state and the nation.
If you live in California, a home air purifier may be one of the best investments you can make to help your child with asthma symptoms. Contact US Air Purifiers for more information.
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