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How To Stop An Asthma Attack!

Posted Nov 03 2012 1:36am

caused by allergens can now be stop! prevention is the new way to stop asthma attack that are caused by dust mites, pollen, pet, and mould.

For so long now the medical profession has focused on treatment of asthma and not on the cause and prevention. Lower the level of air allergens and you reduce the chance of an asthma attack.

The air allergen that cause your attacks are within your control. what do i mean by that? well if you are sitting in a room and the levels are high you will start to feel your body reacting. It might be a tight chest for example but you know that a reaction is taking place and that an attack is about to happen. now if you can lower the level of these air allergens within the room it makes sense that you can put off that attack. as the level will be lower than what puts your body into reacting. so how do you do this?

By breaking down these proteins by the use of a enzyme that is as natural as they come so no harmful chemicals. by doing this the air allergen are no longer a problem to your body.

The agent can also be put together with water and/or the addition of other cleaning agents, aromas and preservatives. To solve other problem areas like mattresses, carpets, upholstery, and hard surfaces. The agent can also be used to denature animal hair keratin, so that in this way the broken down products no longer cause allergic reactions to humans with pet allergies.

This new combination of active substances from the Papaya fruit which breaks down and eliminate all air allergens, by using the agent in air spray form you can lower the air allergen levels in any room preventing an attack. This agent makes allergens in the air inactive. This method creates, to the greatest possible extent rooms now become allergen free. Cleaner Network is part of a network of cleaners that use a product that prevents asthma attack caused by air allergens, like pollen, dust mites, mould, and pet dander.

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