Stirring Up Those Allergens
Vacuuming the floor is always a necessary thing to do. When a child goes outside to play and comes back in with dirt on the shoes it will need to be cleaned up. So, just vacuum it up, or at least one might suppose it is that easy. Yet, what about those who cannot handle what the vacuum stirs up?
As the carpet is being cleaned with a suction, allergens are being stirred up and filling the air. Along with the allergens, dust and pet hair will also be brought up from the carpet and begin to fill the air. The ones who suffer from allergies begin to breathe in the dust and dirt, the results can be many symptoms, such as a feeling of being short of breath, a tight head or chest with a light feeling, nausea, eyes hurting, a sudden feeling of fatigue and weakness. When this happens, the person needs to immediately get out of the area where the air is not filtered. If there is not any improvement get immediate medical attention.
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