The Key To Dust Mites Removal – Solar Air Module
It is a well known fact that the main trigger for asthma attacks in asthma sufferers in Australia is dust mites. Other major triggers for asthma attacks include mould, pets, pollen and smoke – the list goes on.
Get Rid of Dust Mites for Asthma Management
The Asthma Foundation provides practical advice on asthma management and asthma control. To reduce the impact of dust mites, the Asthma Foundation lists regular vacuuming and washing of bedding, soft toys and furnishings as well as the use of dust mite covers for mattresses pillow and doona covers. It is the droppings from the dust mites, rather than the dust mites themselves that most asthma sufferers are allergic to.
On the above webpage, the Asthma Foundation goes on to state that “There is no evidence to show that chemical sprays, air filtration, negative ion generators and ‘allergen free’ products reduce the amount of dust mite allergen or kill dust mites or lead to improvement in asthma”
The most effective way to get rid of dust mites and therefore prevent asthma triggered by dust mites, is to reduce and control humidity through ventilation with fresh preheated air.
Home Ventilation for Asthma Management
SAM (Solar Air Module) is a solar home ventilation system designed to introduce fresh warm and dry air into homes to reduce moisture levels and effectively provide humidity control for asthma management.
Better Health Victoria recommends that you reduce dust mite population, pay attention to ventilation, heating and cooling and ensure that your home is fresh and not too humid – as the humidity control will help you get rid of dust mites and therefore prevent asthma.
The fresh, warm and dry air from a SAM home ventilation system will have a dehumidifying effect that exercises humidity control (moisture control) and therefore reduces or stops condensation to help reduce and prevent mould.
The moisture control by the SAM Ventilation system will have a positive impact on the other common house hold triggers listed by Better Health Victoria:
- Dust Mites
- Smoke (wood fires, cigarettes, etc)