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Pet Allergy Control Reviews - When someone has allergies or asthma, it is very important to control pet dander by keeping the home and air clean.
In one study looking at HEPA air cleaners in the treatment of cat induced asthma and rhinitis, the investigators found that cat exclusion from the bedroom resulted in decreased allergen levels, though there was no effect on disease activity. However, van der Heide et al. conducted a 3 month intervention with air cleaners in living rooms and bedrooms and found that this helped significantly decrease airway hyperresponsiveness in twenty asthmatic children with animal sensitization with a pet in the home. Recently, the use of air filters has been extensively reviewed. The authors concluded that there is sufficient evidence that air filtration reduces indoor levels of airborne allergens.
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I bought it for our dogs b/c ODD is allergic but never used it!! But my sis worked for an animal hospital and said it got good reviews. It can't neutralize the enzymes but what it does (I believe) it keeps the enzymes stuck to the dog's fur instead of flying throughout your home.Cats and dogs are the most popular animals kept as pets. Unfortunately, in atopic individuals, animal allergies are common. The major cat and dog allergens have been well characterized and will be the focus of this review. Other animal allergens have been extensively reviewed elsewhere., Fel d 1 is the major cat allergen and is primarily found in cat skin and hair follicles and is produced in sebaceous, anal and salivary glands. All breeds of cat produce Fel d 1 and males produce a higher amount. The allergen can take months to degrade. It can be carried on small airborne particles ranging from 1 µm to over 20 µm.Asthma is a common disease that affects 300 million people of all ages world wide. The prevalence among children in the United States has nearly doubled over the last two decades. Asthma is influenced by multiple factors including the environment, genetics, infections and diet. Allergen sensitization also plays an important role in disease development, severity and treatment. Patients with “allergic” asthma or IgE sensitization to allergens are more likely to develop chronic, persistent asthma. Recent studies have shown that sensitization to certain allergens such as house dust mite, animal dander, cockroach or fungus is a risk factor for asthma. Also, sensitization to pollens has been associated with seasonal asthma. The basis for an allergen’s role in asthma is that increased exposure can lead to sensitization and re-exposure to the allergens in a sensitized individual will increase the risk of asthma development and other allergic diseases. However, allergen avoidance or desensitization will improve symptoms. This review will describe environmental allergens, their role in asthma and strategies for avoidance.Allergen exposure plays a significant role in asthma morbidity. We have demonstrated that, in genetically susceptible individuals, increased exposure leads to allergen sensitization and continued exposure is a risk factor for asthma and other allergic diseases. Thus, patients with persistent asthma may benefit from allergy testing to identify indoor and outdoor allergens. Successful allergen remediation involves a comprehensive approach that targets the multiple allergens to which they are exposed. This poses a major problem in inner cities as remediation of mouse and cockroach allergens can be difficult. The role of allergen exposure during infancy and the subsequent development of asthma is currently an active area of research. While this review focused on environmental factors, a recent study also hypothesizes that early life sensitizations, such as to food allergens, may affect functional airway properties. At this point, more data is needed, but follow up studies may provide insight into asthma prevention.