5 ways to reduce allergens in the home
When the Santa Ana winds blow or our pets run in and out, allergens will settle in.
These easy-to-follow tips come from Jen-Lan Lou, a resident of Echo Park and owner of A Circle Home, furniture restoration for the eco-modern lifestyle.
"As we age our body functions and immune system become less efficient, and alleviating the stress of allergens allows the body to focus on other functions. Eventually, controlling allergens becomes a habit once we know the small steps needed to control our health and home environment." Jen-Lan Lou
5) Purchase an air purifier
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Dust travels great distances even with modest foot traffic, and it gathers in the bedroom where we spend most of our time sleeping. The living room is another area where we spend time watching TV or socializing with family. The size of the room and the micron size a purifier captures is directly relational to it’s efficacy. Consider models with a Hepa filter to capture the smallest of spores and dander, and keep it in the room you spend the most time.
About Jen-Lan Lou
Jen-Lan Lou has a decade of design, development, and production in the fashion industry.
She started A Circle Home to provide custom furniture that reduces allergens and makes the home environment more friendly, pleasing, and welcoming.
For quotes and to see furniture she has made, please visit A Circle Home website.