Thursday, February 07, 2019 03:01 PM


If you keep waking up with a scratchy throat or nose, or find yourself sneezing for no apparent reason, the solution could be an air purifier.[1] This at-home device can be a game-changer in the quality of the air that circulates from your bedroom to your kitchen and beyond.

As the name suggests, air purifiers remove airborne particles think dust, bacteria or pollen and keep the airflow active, which cuts down on symptoms like itchy eyes or that dry throat. Keeping the air from becoming stale can help those who struggle with allergies[2] or asthma to breathe more easily.

Air purifiers feature filters that must be replaced regularly, based on manufacturer recommendations, to ensure you're receiving the full benefit. Though they have a place in any home, air purifiers are most often used for infants and the elderly, groups that are more susceptible to harmful allergens and other pollutants. And while they may be on the pricier end -- many solid options will run you a few hundred bucks -- we think the investment is well ...

News source: CNN

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