How Poor Air Circulation Impacts Mold Allergies — From the makers of ZYRTEC®
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August

By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , , , , , , , , /


Finding mold in your home is nothing to sneeze
at, unless you have mold allergies. Mold is a sign that indoor moisture levels are too
high. The culprit may be poor air circulation in your home which can have a significant
impact on your mold allergies. A poorly ventilated room, such as a bathroom
without a fan to the outside, prevents humid air from escaping. This creates a perfect,
moist environment for mold growth. Poor air circulation can also lead to a high concentration
of airborne mold seeds, called spores. When the air in your home is stagnant, mold spores
accumulate, settle out of the air, and sprout new colonies that release even more mold spores
into the room. But proper ventilation draws mold spores out with the humid air, reducing
the likelihood that mold will grow and spread. If you have mold problems in your home, your
mold allergies will let you know. Just stepping into a bathroom or basement with mold can
trigger immediate symptoms. And the longer you’re exposed, the worse symptoms can get
– even lasting year round if conditions don’t change. Correcting poor air circulation can
help prevent indoor mold problems before they start. And that may mean fewer allergy symptoms
for you. And that is nothing to sneeze at. Visit Zyrtec-dot-com for more tips and tools
to manage your allergies.


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