Those living in the Western U.S. may well be aware that dust storms are far more common than those who live on the coasts might think.
A dust advisory was issued for Tuesday and Wednesday in the Las Vegas Valley by The Clark County Department of Air Quality and Environmental Management, as high winds are expected to blow large amounts of dust through the air.
According to the Clark County official website, unhealthy amounts of airborne dust can worsen the symptoms of pre-existing asthma and bronchitis, and residents are encouraged to take measures to slow the spread of the pollution.
Large dust storms may be hard to prevent, but homeowners can create clean breathing conditions inside their homes with a professional-grade air purifying system.
The IQAir HealthPro Plus is one of the top-rated, best-selling purifying systems on the market. It combines four advanced filtration technologies to remove 99.97 percent of most airborne particles, including dust, dust mites, pollen, mold, smoke, pet dander, gases and odors.