Air purifiers can help with many environmental allergies. Obviously food and drug allergies aren’t really helped by this, but allergic reactions to air-born particles can be reduced or removed with an air cleaner.
Pollen can be removed from the air with proper filtration. Outdoor pollen is obviously impossible to remove, but indoor air filtration can provide a safe haven for anybody stuck with pollen allergies.
Perfume can be removed, which a few individuals are allergic to.
Mould can be air-born. The source of the mould should be dealt with, and the air filtration used to remove the remnant.
Dust, linked to hay fever and asthma, is the most common pollutant removed with purifiers.
House dust mites: These thrive in mattresses and carpets. It is the faecal matter that is of real concern, so even if removal of the actual mites proves difficult the filtrations can greatly reduce the faecal matter that aggravates allergies.
Formaldehyde- It is ironic that new carpet and other furnishings may actually increase allergy symptoms, but the formaldehyde used in manufacturing takes time to dissipate. Dissipation occurs naturally with ventilated rooms, but Air purifiers can significantly speed up the process.
Pet allergies. You cannot live with a pet if you are allergic to it (though medication can compensate), but if you move to a residence previously occupied with a pet you can quickly get rid of any lingering problems by filtering the air.
Most allergic symptoms are obvious; we can’t help but notice puffy eyes, itching, nasal problems … etc. But finding the cause of these problems can prove elusive; there are many allergies that might cause the same symptoms. At the same time symptoms like mental fog, fatigue, hair loss or even weight gain might not be recognized as allergic reactions. There is still some speculation here, and it is possible that the medication for allergies rather than the allergies themselves are the cause of the problem; either way, removing the cause of the allergy can remove the problem, either directly removing the symptoms or removing the need for medication that causes the symptoms.
The best air purifier depends on the situation, but active charcoal filtering, SEPA filters, Ultraviolet light (UV) and Ionizers all have their uses. Have a Look at some air purifier reviews and find what is suitable.