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a tendency to become angry or irritable

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small scales from animal skins or hair or bird feathers that can cause allergic reactions in some people

a feeling of anger and animosity

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Exposure to scented laundry detergents or powders, cosmetics, body care products (especially those containing skin-stripping sodium lauryl/laureth sulfates), perfumes, wool and animal dander should be monitored closely, and the use of any offending product should be discontinued.
Epidemiologic studies have linked the disease to a plethora of modern lifestyle factors, but the traditional focus has been on heredity and a few identifiable triggers such as animal dander, fungi, ozone, and pollens.
Allergic reactions to airborne pollens, dust, animal dander, moulds as well as foods can lead to sinus obstruction.
Sinus Rinse helps alleviate nasal allergies, chronic sinus disease, and nasal irritation from occupational dust, fumes, animal dander, grass, pollen, smoke, smog, and house dust.
If you answer "yes" to these and similar questions, there's a good chance that you, like 15 to 20% of the population, are atopic, or hypersensitive to allergens, such as pollen, ragweed, dust mites, molds, and animal dander.
Furthermore, the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers cited Environmental Protection Agency reports that indoor pollution levels may be two to five times higher than outdoor levels as a result of animal dander, dust mites, smoke, mold and mildew.
Although about 15% to 20% of people are allergic to molds, they are allergic to other substances--such as animal dander and pollen--as well.
There was no correlation between cockroach or animal dander sensitization with visual evidence of cockroach or the presence of pets at home.
While ragweed is the most common trigger, some people react to other pollens or indoor allergens like animal dander, dust or mold, causing year-round misery.
This means it removes the stale indoor air and captures 95% of all dust, pollens, mold spores and animal dander from the outdoor air before it enters the house.
To stave off dust mites and animal dander, vacuum carpets and launder bedding and curtains frequently.
Over time these duct systems build up dust mites, animal dander, molds and fibers that float through your home.
Biological pollutants including molds, bacteria dust mites, and animal dander are sources of particulate matter that promote poor indoor air quality.
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