The Fall 2011 allergy season is bad all-around - people from the East Coast to the West Coast and everywhere in between are likely to notice increased allergy symptoms that will last up to a few weeks later than usual. Many think these problems are specific to ragweed, but unfortunately, it seems that in many parts of the country, the mold count is up significantly, causing sneezing and wheezing among indoor allergy sufferers.
Currently, Chicago's mold count is an alarming 54,000 spores per cubic meter, according to the Chicago Sun Times. This is well over a safe count and according to the news source, it's the third time already this year that Chicago has been on high alert for mold.
Mold can cause allergy sufferers to notice symptoms such as headaches, sinus infections and fatigue. If you have allergies, you can alleviate some of your symptoms with a top-quality air purifier like those available at FreshAirPro.
The AllerAir AirMedic+ Vocarb comes highly recommended among allergists because its advanced filtration system works at a higher level than the many purifiers on the market that only use standard HEPA filters. It even has an advanced UV light option that kills airborne mold mycotoxins, bacteria and viruses.