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Do you suffer from Allergies?
Do you start sneezing around dust?
If you answered yes, when was the last time your had your air ducts cleaned including the evaporator coil, fan blower and vent covers? How close do you live to pollen?
Allergens are in the air ducts, on the vent covers and they are blown through the air handler which is aggravating the symptoms of allergies.
David Evans here...I suffered from allergies so bad that I had to wear respirator when I mowed the lawn. I lived in Arizona, land of heat! We had two seasons...hot and hotter, but all jokes aside. Heat and low humidity mean that the air was light and pollution traveled quickly. Pollen travels just as fast. When people fall in love with certain plants that give off lots of pollen, they don't think about what will happen when we all find it in our air ducts.
Because allergy symptons slow us down and make us feel miserable...really they do....I want to share with you how I am getting over the allergy symptoms and in time will be allergy free.
My wife took me to good friend who reads the eyes...actually they use a chart that tells them what the nerves are dealing with in your body. The eye shows the map of your entire body, so a trained person can tell you if your sick just by looking at the colored part of your eyeball with a special magnifying glass of course. Iridology is the trade.
After taking some herbs for a month, prescribed to me through a method known as muscle testing, I was feeling about 10 years younger! It's pretty old school where I went, but it worked. Modern medicine uses these techniques with the aid of a computer, but muscle testing is still used by chiropractors.
The number one problem I had was dirt in the bowels, blocking the flow of nutrients to my body, so I ate more and felt tired anyway! So, it's not just in your head.
Dirt in your air ducts stops the flow of good air because microscopic junk is in there too, keeping you feeling tired and when your body has had enough, you just sneeze and feel miserable. It's time to get cleaning folks!