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Testimonials of Doctors and Customers

Asthma itself has become better understood in the past few years.  Asthma is a two-step disease:  a chronic inflammation of the airways that may be so subtle that it goes unnoticed, punctuated by periodic flare-ups into asthma's obvious and sometimes deadly symptons.

The overwhelming majority of children with asthma are also allergic to the most common allergens such as animal dander, cockroaches, dust mites, mold and mildew, and pollen.   Studies show that the severity of asthma correlates with the degree of allergy and with the levels of allergen in the home or environment.

  1. If you smoke, quit, or at least don't smoke in the house.

  2. Control dust mites.  See our page on Allergies.

  3. Control mold. Molds grow wherever there is dampness; fix leak and do not put carpet over concrete slab floors. 

  4. Reduce pollen by using an air conditioner.

  5. The use of an BreatheEz Air Purifier is of value in removing particles of dust, mold, bacteria and pollens from the air.  Use as directed.

You’ll notice a difference soon after installation, and, after a few days of breathing activated oxygen, you may even feel that your overall vitality has improved. While we make no health claims regarding the BreatheEz Air Purifier , our customers—especially asthma and allergy sufferers—consistently report increased feelings of wellness, less stressful breathing and a noticeably more pleasant living environment following installation of this remarkable device.or-free


"....I recently was diagnosed with allergies and asthma, waking up in the middle of the night unable to breathe and being rushed to the emergency room for treatment. Since installing the BreatheEz Purifier in my home, I have not returned to the hospital and find a full night’s sleep a pleasure. I am breathing deeper using full lung capacity. My attacks are infrequent now, and I rarely need an inhaler...."

Nancy A. Long, Ft. Lauderdale, FL