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Air purifiers & allergies

"Hello all, I wanted to ask for some advice. I am considering purchasing an air purifier but I have not found any information that shows they really work for allergies and asthma. I would love to hear from you on your own experiences, and any recommendations you can give to a newbie. I have been reading up on this topic and honestly I am extremely confused. Please help and maybe we can all learn together.

Jeff"

I didn't find mention of '2 micron' particles in that document -
https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2014-07/docume​nts/aircleaners.pdf

Perhaps particles that large settle out of the air before reaching the filter - so they are still 'in the room' and haven't been trapped by the filter.
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I would say that air purifiers are really good for the asthma and allergies type of problem.This will help to make the breather fresh and increase the good quality in the air as well.I have found some of the good air purifiers through the https://www.freshairguide.com/air-purifier-mold-mildew/ site where I got lot of options to purchase the best air purifier in cheap price.
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