Did you know that the air in your home could be making your health worse? In this blog post, we explore the impact of polluted indoor air on Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) and how wearable devices like AirTamer can make a difference. Symptoms of CIRS include fatigue, brain fog, joint pain, respiratory issues, and more. It can be difficult to diagnose and treat, as its symptoms often mimic those of other medical conditions.
Discover how AirTamer, an advanced air purification device, can transform your office environment by improving indoor air quality. Learn how clean air enhances productivity, boosts focus, reduces sick days, and increases energy levels. With AirTamer, create a healthier workplace for your employees and unlock their full potential.
Are you ready to leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind and reconnect with nature? Going camping is a great way to escape the stress of everyday life and enjoy the great outdoors. However, preparing for a camping trip can be overwhelming, especially if you’re new to camping. Figuring out what to pack […]
Whether you’re getting on a plane to visit family for the holidays or planning to host a large gathering this December, it’s important to keep yourself safe from germs. Check out our seven tips for staying a little healthier during the holidays. With these simple tips and tricks, we hope that you will make your health a priority and be able to enjoy the holidays with your loved ones.
The new AirTamer® Advanced A315 uses the latest digital electronics and battery technology to pack the most performance into a small and stylish form. With a 10% improvement in cleaning performance in a design that is 31% smaller and 23% lighter. The A315 also includes several other industry leading innovations. These include: 1. Charge Level Indicator 2. Easy-to-Replace Ion Emitter Brush 3. Low Profile Pocket Clip 4. Deluxe Metal Travel Case 5. Premium Lanyard
Tobacco use accounts for almost half a million deaths annually. It is the second leading cause of cardiovascular disease. Smoking and chewing tobacco causes coronary heart disease, cancer, strokes, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, COPD. It is also linked to your reproductive health and can cause infertility. Smoking tobacco causes your arteries to harden, reduces your circulation and increases the tendency of the formation of blood clots. For more information continue reading….
Kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, basements and attics are all breeding grounds for mold and mildew. These rooms have a higher probability of producing mold and mildew because they contain water pipes, drain lines, and steam producing appliances and activities. All of this contributes to indoor air problems and allergy symptoms. Control the moisture and you control mold and mildew in your home.
There is a not only one type of pollen that causes allergic reactions. The fact is that every year hundreds of species of plants release their pollen into the air that create allergic reactions such as runny/congested nose and itchy throat. There are three different types of pollen Allergies that cause allergic reactions. These are grass, tree and weed pollen.
Inhaling pollen can cause allergy symptoms such as: * Sneezing, runny nose and nasal congestion * Watery eyes * Itchy and sore throat * Cough and hoarse voice. The AirTamer A310, the world’s most effective personal rechargeable air purifier gives you a zone of cleaner, healthier air while traveling, in public places or in other poor air quality locations.
The AirTamer A302 recently earned much attention at an exhibition where it was presented by Schäfer Travel Retail, which highlights new and exciting brands that beautifully complement the travel retail business. The AirTamer A302 air purifier is the world’s most effective travel air purifier and is proven to filter 875% more air pollutants than its closest competitors. Buy the AirTamer A302 travel air purifier to keep your air clean.
Allergy and asthma related ailments typically worsen during spring time when allergens are at their peak. The AAFA (Asthma and Allergy Foundation) has marked May as the National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month. Follow this list of precautions to help prevent and/or minimize allergic reactions and asthma attacks: • Minimize outdoor activity • Keep windows closed • Change your bed linens often • Maintain personal hygiene and wash hands regularly.
Asthma is a chronic lung disease that causes breathing difficulties. When people with seasonal asthma come into contact with allergic particles or substances such as pollens, dust, or pet dander, their airways become narrower. Some of the common symptoms of asthma include: • Wheezing – a whistling sound that occurs when a person breathes • Coughing – worsens at night or early in the morning • Shortness of breath • Feeling of tightness in the chest.
Sneezing, coughing, itchy eyes, headaches, difficulty in breathing, runny and blocked nose are common around this time of the year. However, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) warned that this year’s spring pollen allergy could be severe. As per the CDC, “Allergies are the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the U.S. More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year.”
The flu this season has been severe for people age 65 years and older, with very high hospitalization rates being recorded. Here are some useful tips and preventive measures which will help you to safeguard yourself and your family: 1. Wash your hands 2. Keep hands away from face 3. Maintain a distance from flu-infected people 4. Get the flu shot 5. Use air purifier.
Keeping in view AirTamer’s powerful state-of-the-art electrostatic purification creates a 3 foot sphere of cleaner, healthier air around your head, an article published in Crooked Brains, lists AirTamer as one of the “15 Useful Gadgets You Should Have With Kids.” It helps fight the flu and keep air free of viruses, pollen, smoke, molds and dust mites.
A new animated video created by the Pennsylvania-based engineering firm ANSYS, simulates just what happens when someone seated in the middle of an airplane sneezes. It is actually alarming to see how swiftly germs spread on an airplane. The video shows that even if you are sitting a few rows away from the person who sneezed you run the risk of catching the infection.