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Pollen – a Trigger for Hayfever

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Another very handy fact sheet here in the lead up to National Asthma-Week from the National Asthma Council about the triggering effects of Pollen on Hayfever, general Allergy & Asthma sufferers. Some very timely tips for the home, garden & out & about to keep front of mind as we approach the Australian allergy season. Thanks Asthma Council!

Take a look at the full article here: Pollen – a trigger for Hayfever

In addition to these handy steps, we all know the importance of a quality Air Purifier in removing those airborne pollens from the rooms in your home. We always say that it’s better to capture these pollen particles inside a quality air purifier filter than to be breathing them in!

Our Asthma Council Sensitive Choice approved Winix Air Purifiers will actually capture 99.97% of airborne pollen particles & smaller dispersed/exploded pollen particles right down to 0.3 of a micron & smaller.

Stay tuned to this space for more handy tips in the lead up to the National Asthma Council’s upcoming National Asthma Week. Also make sure to keep an eye on the websites of Sensitive Choice & the National Asthma Council for more useful info that has the potential to save lives.

Details coming soon on our annual Ausclimate National Asthma Week Asthma Awareness Special!

This years National Asthma Week will run from the 1st to the 7th of September. We are very proud of our partnership with the National Asthma Council Australia and our Sensitive Choice approved Air-Purifier & Dehumidifier range.

https://www.nationalasthma.org.au

Thanks guys, take care out there!

Cheers,
Russell Bryan 
Ausclimate Co-founder

visit the website:
ausclimate.com.au

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