3 Reasons Eliminating Irritants May Cut Down on Meds
Year after year, people spend billions of dollars to medicate their bodies, including their inflamed airways caused by irritants in the air. Complement your physician’s treatment plan by eliminating the irritants in your home.
Here are three reasons to use an air purifier as a supplement to allergy medications:
Note: This information is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace the medical expertise of your doctor. Please consult with your physician before pursuing a different approach to your healthcare.
- Symptoms can be manageable in frequently used areas of your home. Various histamine inhibitors and vaso-constrictors are marketed to improve symptoms that could just as easily be prevented by eliminating the source of the inflammation. Sometimes the environment cannot be sufficiently cleaned, as in the case of seasonal allergies from outdoor pollens, but bedrooms and living rooms can be kept clean by reducing the irritants.
- It is economical. Allergy medicine can be expensive, and the need for it is typically ongoing. From a purely economic standpoint, it is good sense to invest in a system that removes irritants from the air than to continue medicating the body, unless it is truly necessary.
- It is better for your body. All medications have side effects. Using medications on an ongoing basis to treat respiratory problems can lead to the need for additional medications to treat the side effects.