|The start of the new school year often |
causes more cases of asthma and allergies.
In the fall, mold spores begin to increase and air-temperature inversions -- warm air on top of cold -- occur both inside and out. Contaminants build up.
When facility managers fire up the furnaces, the accumulated dust and other pollutants are blown into the classrooms where everyone is exposed to them.
Common airborne contaminants in schools include
- Sanitation supplies
- Small animals and pests
- Find out who staffs the health office and find out how much they know about treating asthma and controlling allergies.
- Find out if school policy allows students to carry medication. Make sure your child knows how to use the medications.
- Let the school know how to reach you during the day in case of an emergency.
- Tour your child's classroom to identify potential allergy and asthma triggers.
- Work with your child's teacher to develop ways to help your child focus.
- Keep lines of communication with the school open throughout the year.
Air purifiers for allergies and asthma
|The AirMedic Series removes |
allergens and asthmagens.
AllerAir offers powerful, portable air purifiers for homes and classrooms that remove a wide range of indoor air pollutants, including chemicals, odors, particles, dust and biological contaminants.
They are equipped with a multistage filtration system with activated carbon, HEPA or Super-HEPA, UV (optional) and pre-filters, proven to be the most effective and powerful filtration system in the industry.
The company provides specialized air purifiers for allergies and asthma.
Contact AllerAir for more information and options.