Recently, my sibling Sasha sent me a alarming image of herself! She woke up with her eyeah swollen & sealed shut, but turns out, she has a major allergic reaction & had no clue what happened.
- At first, she thought it was caused by the Heating & A/C unit inside her home! My sibling isn’t alone as several people guess that the Heating & A/C unit can cause colds and dust sensitivity symptoms.
And while the Heating & A/C unit can create an atmosphere where allergens can build up inside the home, the unit doesn’t directly cause the symptoms of a freezing or allergies. Most pollen is brought into the loft from clothing & perhaps from pets. So, the a/c doesn’t pull in the pollen from the outside. The best way to avoid any concerns with an Heating & A/C unit is to make sure that the air filter is changed every 90 afternoons, however changing the air filter will improve the air quality inside the loft because it can help to disconnect some of the pollen that is brought into the home. With proper service, the a/c can help with dust sensitivity symptoms. Allergy sufferers must do their due diligence to make sure that pollen isn’t brought into their home. As for my sibling, the morning before she woke up with swollen eyeah, she was at a local park. So, I guess she was covered with pollen that she wasn’t aware of. All in all, she can rest assured that her Heating & A/C unit had undoubtedly little to do with her allergic reaction.