Air purifiers have been designed to remove as many indoor air pollutants as possible.
Some of these indoor air pollutants include dust mites, mold, bacteria, cleaning products, paints, smoke, allergens, pollen and animal dander.
Do Air Purifiers help with Dust Allergies and Asthma?
To answer this question let us first understand the working principles of air purifiers.
To instantly start experiencing big improvements in your allergies you need to get specially designed and Certified by Allergists hypoallergenic bedding.
There are several detection techniques and tests which can help you tell whether you have house dust mites or not.
Dust mites are microscopic and translucent arachnids, which can not be seen by a naked human eye.They measure between 0.2–0.3 millimetres (0.008–0.012 in) in length.
Their microscopic nature makes their detection difficult without using a microscope or dust mite test kits.
There are several Dust mite detection techniques and kits which are used to check if you have dust mites in your house.I will discuss them thoroughly in this article.