This filter cleans the air as it leaves a CPAP or Bilevel machine. It is used in conjunction with the machine's built-in inlet filters to provide very clean air. It is a recommended CPAP supply compatible with all CPAP and Bilevel machines. This outlet filter is unique in that it does not reduce the pressure at the mask. It installs easily on all machines.
when ingested into the human body causes the immune system to produce large amounts of antibodies, which in turn causes chemicals such as histamines to be released. The release of these chemicals cause the body to have symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, and watery eyes.
when mold found in wood, ceiling tiles, wallpaper, paint, carpet, sheet rock, and insulation is distributed mold spores are released into the air. Mold spores can cause symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, and itchy or watery eyes.
Dust Mite Debris
a combination of dead skin and dust mite feces, this debris lives in our beds, chairs, couches, and our children's stuff animals. Dust Mite Debris is almost as effective as pollen at causing symptoms such as sneezing, running nose, and watery eyes.
dust accumulates everywhere in your home; carpets, tables, TV screens, clothes, walls, etc. Simply walking around in your home may disturb or "stir up" dust into the air which can irritate your immune system.
cigarette, cigar, fireplace, and wood burning stove smoke contain very tiny parti- cles composed of wood tar, gases, soot, and ashes that can cause severe irritation and allergic reaction in some people and even trigger bronchitis or asthma attacks in others. Smoke also contains carcinogens which could also lead to lung disease and cancer.
tiny pieces of skin that come off of your dog or cat when they scratch. This dander either floats, suspended in the air or tick to whatever they land on. Allergies to pet dander can be very serious including symptoms such as swollen eyes and throat, watery eyes, runny nose, sneezing, coughing, wheezing, or even asthma attacks.
Virus Carrying Particles
Like bacteria, viruses can be found just about anywhere but are rarely helpful to the human body. Viruses can attach themselves to just about any particle and once disturbed can become airborne. Once inside our cells viruses can reek havoc on our immune systems with diseases from everything from the common cold to the flu and chickenpox, to Ebola. Avoiding viruses wherever possible is always a good idea.
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