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Are Air Filters Actually Bad For You? Try Air Purifiers

Posted by admin on May 15, 2016 in Air Purification with No Comments

There you are, in your kitchen cooking up some lunch on a nice, hot summer day, enjoying yourself.  However, one thing is bothering you – you have a stuffy nose and have difficulty breathing clearly.  You’re sneezing and have that itchy sensation in your nose.  The air in your house may have been contaminated with dust, pollen, germs, bacteria, viruses, as well as other allergic pollen.  So you go to the store to purchase a generic branded air filter, hoping that you will be able to once again safely breathe the air in your house without distressing about the negative contaminants.  By nighttime, you have assembled the air filter and it actively runs throughout the night.

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The subsequent day you notice a slight difference of change in the quality of air however your stuffy nose is still lingering around somewhat.  You want to give the air filter more time to fully take effect to cleanse all the air in your home, so you decide to give it some more time.  As the days go by, you wait patiently for the filter to remove the negative contaminants, hoping your quality of breathing and stuffy nose improve.  However, the exact opposite takes place.  Your conditions become worse, you barely can breathe, and you start wondering whether the air filter was malfunctioning, and whether or not you should return it.

Shockingly, there’s nothing wrong with the air filter’s functionality – all of its parts are working perfectly fine.  However, the problem is the way all air filters are built and the logic in how they “purify” air (when they actually don’t…they actually make it worse).  The point that should be noted here is that air filters try to solve the negative symptoms of air contamination and not the issue itself.  Air filters can only cleanse the air that passes through its close vicinity, not the air that’s across the room from or in different rooms.  If you have multiple air filters in every room of your home, maybe, the air will be cleaner, if you’re lucky.  Another issue found with air filters is that the filters get dirty awfully quickly and replacing them often can be quite expensive.  The air that then comes in to a contaminated air filter can be worse for your health as dirty air comes in, and even dirtier air comes out.  Most people change their air filters on a periodic schedule, every season or every month, which is most of the time ineffective as the filters get dirty quickly.  What then, can solve this problem?

Air purifiers!  In my opinion, you should make note of the Filter-less Alpine Air Living Purifier is one of the top air purifiers in the industry.  Needless to say, you would only need one of these in the entire home up to 5,000 square feet!

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     With the air purifiers, negative and positive ions, as well as ozone particles, are released throughout a given area and effectively combat against and remove these pollutant particles.  In other words, the negative and positive ions are sent throughout a home, penetrating through walls, floors, and ceilings, unlike an air filter.  They then bond with the pollutants in the atmosphere, making them heavy in weight to the point where they drop to the ground.  Finally, ozone is released at a low level to oxidize the remaining leftovers, leaving the home clean with a revitalized and sanitized atmosphere.  This easy flowing process of air purifiers has perks of little maintenance, nothing to replace, and a hands free process of cleansing.

Are you in need of an air purifier?  Do you want to live a healthy, prolonged lifestyle with pollutant free air?  Find many different Alpine Air Purifiers to start living a healthier lifestyle, not only for yourself, but your whole family as well.  Visit to learn more about one of the best air purifying products in the market today.

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