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When the immune system overreacts to an allergen like dust, pollen or animal dander, an allergic attack happens.
Allergies to pollen and animal dander are common and for many just a part of life.
Some allergens that affect the immune system are animal dander, dust mite, pollens, cockroach, and mold.
cair tracks your indoor air quality 24/7 and will alert you when airborne contamination and irritants such as animal dander, mold, toxins (like VOC's) and pollen are elevated to help you monitor the levels of airborne contamination in your environment that can cause allergy and asthma attacks.
Dirty air ducts are a breeding ground for viruses, dust mites, pollen and animal dander.
In 1992 the book introduced the concept of allergies as encompassing much more than the standard allergens such as grasses and animal dander. The author described the many possible sources of an allergic reaction, including chemicals in our everyday environment, foods, and even our own hormones.
Lariah also suffers from allergies and asthma and cannot be in a home with animal dander.
Other common airborne allergens include animal dander and house dust mite.
Common indoor allergens include mold, dust mite, cockroach, and animal dander (domestic and rodents).
Allergies are caused by a mix of factors, including environment (dust mites, animal dander), lifestyle (where you live dictates toxin levels) and genetics.
The data show the preponderance of mite, insect (cockroach/fire ant), and animal dander sensitivity in the population studied (Figure 1).
Decrease exposure to common asthma triggers, such as animal dander, cockroaches, mold, and dust mites.

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