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4 Natural Health Tips For Your Home

Natural health has become the new standard of healthy living for people all around the world who want to lead better and healthier lives. Most people, however, end up limiting their natural health pursuits to their own bodies and neglecting the environment around them, which has a huge impact on overall health. In this article, we'll discuss four of the best natural health tips to help you keep your home clean and naturally healthy.  

  Natural Health Tip 1: Switch Out Harsh Cleaning Chemicals for Natural Substitutes

  Keeping your house clean is important, but most people don't realize just how harsh some common cleaning products are. While these chemicals are effective for the cleaning they do, they're also not particularly good for your health, especially if they leave fumes in your home. This is why making the switch to all-natural cleaning solutions is a huge step toward making your home healthier. A simple search for natural cleaners online will yield you dozens if not hundreds of healthy cleaning solutions for all occasions, from disinfecting surfaces to cleaning tile. You'll be amazed what such common and natural products as vinegar, baking soda and lemon juice can do when used for cleaning.  

  Natural Health Tip 2: Keep Plenty of Plants

  Most of us already like having plants around us for decoration, but did you know they can also keep you healthy? Plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen through the process of photosynthesis. Increased oxygen levels can help you breathe more easily and supply more critical oxygen to the tissues of your body. In addition, some research has suggested that the presence of plants may help to increase focus and productivity. With both physical and mental benefits, there's no reason not to buy a few nice houseplants to add to your living space.  

  Natural Health Tip 3: Use an Air Purifier

  Plants can add oxygen to the air, but do you know what needs taken out of it? In the air we breathe, there are allergens, dust, pollutants and even mold spores. These impurities are all far too small to see, but they are not too small to have a negative impact on your overall health. Unclean air has repeatedly been linked to a host of health problems ranging from asthma and poor upper respiratory health to heart disease. Using a high quality HEPA air purifier can remove these impurities from the air and protect your health, especially if you suffer from severe allergies or asthma.  

  Natural Health Tip 4: Purify Your Water

  As much as your air is important, unclean water can also carry unwanted chemicals and organisms into your body. Using a high-quality water purifier in your home can help you to purge these impurities from the water you drink each and every day. Though a purifier on your main faucet will work well, the greatest benefit will come in using a whole-house filtration system that will remove impurities from water throughout your home.  


  Though natural health practices usually involve only your own body, it is also important to recognize the impact of your environment on your health and well-being. These natural health tips will help you to keep a healthier home year round. If you have questions about using air purifiers to achieve the best and most natural state of health, we're here to help. Simply contact us, and we'll help you to select the ideal air purification system for your needs.

Are You Ready for Fall Allergies?

Mid-July across the United States has been warm and wet, and for many people, summer vacation is in full swing. As hard as it may be to imagine right now, autumn is just around the corner. In little more than 2 months, we'll begin seeing leaves changing color and an inclination toward lower temperatures. However, there is one side effect of this change in the seasons that is not so pleasant: fall allergies. For those who suffer from allergic reactions related to plant material, autumn can actually be one of the most difficult times of the year. Here's what you really need to know about getting ready for fall allergies.  

  What Causes Fall Allergies?

  Though most of us tend to think that plants bloom and produce pollen in the spring and die off or go dormant in the wintertime, there are many different variations in the life cycles of plants. One notable and unfortunate example of a deviation from this more normal life cycle pattern is a family of about 17 different species of plants known collectively as ragweed. Ragweed produces truly massive amounts of pollen in late summer and early fall, creating so much of the material that there is virtually no getting away from it. What's worse, up to 30 percent of people currently living in the United States experience ragweed allergies during the pollination season. Like any allergic reaction, symptoms can range from mild to severe depending on the person and the environment. Given the amount of pollen that can be produced by this common plant, however, large-dose exposure can often lead to more severe symptoms even in those who are not severely allergic.  

  When do Fall Allergies Really Start?

    "Fall Allergies" is, itself, a bit of a misnomer. Though they occur most frequently in September and early October, ragweed allergies can begin as early as very late July or early August. This means that, for many parts of the country, ragweed season's start is only a few weeks away. What's worse, it is becoming increasingly apparent that shifts in localized and regional climates are beginning to extend ragweed season. As the average global temperature gradually rises, first frosts (which end ragweed season by killing off the plants) slowly get pushed back into slightly later parts of the year. Though this phenomenon produces only very small variations on a year to year basis, the cumulative effect over several decades has been to slightly extend the ragweed season. Thus, as this trend continues, ragweed sufferers can expect to gradually see longer and longer average allergy seasons.  

  How to Combat Fall Allergies

  With all of this basic information about fall allergies, how they work, what causes them and how long their seasons last, what is to be done about them? The answer, as with all types of allergies, is to limit exposure to the allergen in question (in this case, ragweed pollen). In the case of ragweed, however, this is much easier said than done. A single ragweed plant can produce as many as 1 billion individual grains of pollen across the course of a single growing season, provided that it has adequate environmental resources to do so, i.e enough water, sunlight and high enough average temperatures. This means that escaping from ragweed pollen in areas where tens of thousands of the common plants might be growing is fantastically difficult. The good news is that there are some very effective ways to limit your exposure, if not cut it out completely. Here are a few of the basics:
  • Avoid being outdoors during the hotter hours of the day, when pollen production is most active
  • Cut down any ragweed plants in your yard now. This will prevent them from reaching the stage of their life cycle when pollen is produced in the coming weeks.
  • Don't bring anything from outdoors into your home with you. If you suffer from severe allergies, this should even stretch to include changing your clothes and shoes as soon as your come inside and washing the ones you wore out to prevent the spread of pollen in your house.
  • Change your diet. Certain foods contain histamines that can make allergic reactions worse. Typically, these will be aged or fermented foods, or those that contain yeast. Cutting out yogurt, bread, cheeses and all forms of alcohol can help to increase the amount of exposure to pollen that will be needed to set off an allergic reaction.
  • Use a HEPA air purifier. These purifiers are certified to remove 99.7 percent of airborne contaminants 0.3 microns in size or greater. This kind of filtration can cut the amount of ragweed pollen in your home down to virtually nothing, keeping your house clean and allergen free.
Of the items on this list, the last is particularly important in dealing with fall allergies (or, indeed, any pollen allergies). Your control over the air outside your home and the prevalence of ragweed pollen in your area will always be very limited, but using an air purifier inside your home can give you an extremely high degree of control over the air you breathe where you live. For maximum results, we at US Air Purifiers recommend a HEPA residential air purifier combined with a Foobot indoor air quality monitoring system. While the air purifier removes pollen, the monitoring system lets you know exactly what the air quality in your home is like and gives you helpful tips for improving it.   Have questions about using air purification technology to make your home healthier and safer? We're here to help. Feel free to contact us with your questions, and we'll reply with useful information and recommendations tailored to your needs.

Foobot Joins Amazon Echo

Interconnected devices are the wave of the future, allowing for functions that no one device could perform on its own. This exact phenomenon of interconnectivity is what is responsible for one of the greatest advancements in the history of air purification: the new ability of the Foobot indoor air quality meter to synchronize with Amazon's famous Echo device. Now, thanks to the interface of voice recognition, digital recall and connection to the Foobot, Amazon Echo can quickly and easily tell you valuable information about the air quality conditions in your home.  

  The Power of Foobot and Amazon Echo Together

  The Foobot air quality meter has always been a great tool on its own. Offering up-to-the-minute reads on air quality in its environment, the small, portable meter has become one of the best tools for keeping on top of home air quality. Smartphone connectivity also enhanced the meter, allowing users to see data readouts about their home air conditions and get tips about improving it.   Now, interfacing with Amazon Echo has enhanced the power of Foobot even more. Voice commands can grab data instantly from a connected Foobot meter and convey it vocally through Alexa, the voice of Amazon Echo. Voice prompts can be as simple as "Alexa, how is my air quality?" or as complex as "Alexa, ask Foobot how I can improve the air quality." Using the data and system of the Foobot meter, Alexa can readily answer almost any question regarding your home air quality.   This function becomes even greater when used with other ech0-compatible products. Thermostats that can be controlled through Echo voice command, for example, can be quickly reset in order to respond to information gained from a Foobot meter. By integrating various devices through Amazon Echo, it is possible to gain complete voice control over almost every aspect of your home air environment.  


  For those of you who already have and use a Foobot indoor air quality meter, this is just one more example of the increasing functionality that Foobot continually strives to deliver. For those that have not yet tried Foobot in their own home, it is one more way that the meter can give you vital information about how healthy the air you and your family are breathing really is.   Want to learn more about Foobot? Click here to view full specification and learn more about its powerful features. Have questions about how to use Foobot, Amazon Echo or air purification systems to make your home healthier? Don't worry, we're here to help. Feel free to contact us with your questions, and we'll respond with answers as soon as possible.

Special Guest Post From Our Friends at Penn Jersey

This article introduction comes from our natural health friends over at Penn Jersey Building Services. To read the full article, click through the link at the end. Enjoy!   -The US Air Purifiers Team   There are many cleaning products that should be avoided in order to help protect the skin of children, especially household cleaning products. There are harmful chemical ingredients in cleaning products such as Formaldehyde, Ammonia, and Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS). Formaldehyde is a flammable gas. Exposure to it can irritate ears, eyes, and nose as well as the throat if the chemical is inhaled, ingested, or comes in close contact with skin. Ammonia is a poisonous, colorless, odorless gas. It is very harmful to children under six years old. Exposure to ammonia can cause blindness and lung damage. Over exposure to ammonia can cause burning sensation in the eyes, nose, and throat. Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS) can cause harm to hair, skin and eyes. Many shampoos contain SLS. Sodium Lauryl Sulphate can cause cancer as well as immune system issues. There are many alternatives to these harmful cleaning products while still maintaining a healthy, clean home and body. Many alternative cleaning products exist that can be made naturally. This can help reduce skin reactions and allergies significantly. To find out more about cleaning products and skin care, visit

New Study: Extreme Air Pollution Causes 2-Year Reduction in Life Span

A new study conducted by the International Energy Agency has found a startling new figure in relation to the effect of extreme air pollution on life span. The research, which focused on populations in India and China, found that the extreme air pollution in those two countries could reduce the average life span of a citizen by as much as two years.  

  Why Extreme Air Pollution Kills

  Not all air pollution is created equal, and it is therefore impossible to make a single broad statement as to the reason that every form is harmful. In China and India, however, the general reality is that air pollution is created by industrial facilities, many of which utilize coal for power (a practice that was also common during the Industrial Revolution in Western countries). As a result, coal-derived chemical compounds, including some that are known to be carcinogenic, begin to flood the air in the most densely populated Chinese and Indian cities. The results, as the recent study showed, can be shocking.   The worst part, however, is that air pollution doesn't have to go to such extremes in order to negatively impact human health. In fact, any industrial air pollution is bad for the upper respiratory system (and, in the cases of some forms of pollution, the heart and cardiovascular system). Though more moderate pollution does not carry with it the massive reduction in life span that we can currently see in the industrialized parts of China and India, it is nonetheless something that should be avoided and controlled as much as possible.  

  What Can be Done?

  Whether you live in one of China's most heavily polluted cities or in an industrial town in the Midwestern United States, the preventative steps for air pollution exposure are basically the same. Unfortunately, there is little that any one person can do about pollution in outdoor air. When it comes to the air inside your home or office, however, you have much more control. Making use of a small to medium capacity residential air purifier in the home can help to keep you from being exposed to harmful chemicals and compounds in the air throughout your day. If possible, using a similar unit at work (for those who work inside and have some leeway to add such things to their office environment) can help to further limit exposure.   If you deal with only moderate air pollution, a HEPA air purifier will probably be sufficient to meet your needs. However, if you live in the vicinity of a heavy industrial facility or in a part of the world with fewer air pollution regulations than the US or Europe, it is best to use a combination HEPA/Vocarb unit. These purifiers will remove both particulate matter and gaseous compounds in the air, leaving it as clean as possible to allow you to breathe easily.  


  If you have questions about using a high-quality indoor air purifier to limit your pollution exposure, please feel free to contact us for advice and the best air purifier recommendations based on your unique needs. If you do live in China, don''t forget that we can also ship many of our top-quality air purifiers to China in order to help you protect yourself and your family from dangerous and extreme air pollution.  

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