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Sensitivities and concerns

Sensitivities to polluted air vary. How someone responds to air pollutants can differ.
Check out the articles below and learn more on how TruSens can help with your concern.

Pollen plant.


Nature is beautiful. And full of pollen. When this fine powder hitches a ride into your home, it can cause a lot of discomfort to those with sensitivities.

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Pet Dander

Pet dander is small but mighty. When released into the air, dander may trigger allergy symptoms and effect indoor air quality.

Finger swiping dust off table.


Dust seems to constantly collect on every surface in your home. There are many reasons to reduce the dust in your home.

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Chemical Pollutants

Pollutants can find their way into our homes. Difficult to avoid, exposure can be caused by everything from building materials to air fresheners.

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Sometimes basic odours can be a nuisance. Cooking a simple dinner can introduce odours and particles in the air, aggravating allergy symptoms.

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Bacteria and Viruses

Airborne diseases, such as the cold and flu, travel through the air and get dispersed throughout a room, quickly spreading and infecting others.

Clean air

Many research studies have underscored the importance of breathing clean air. Breathing is fundamentally one of the most important things we do each day. The average person takes 16 breaths per minute or 8,409,600 breaths a year. Wherever you are, and whatever you are doing, you can measure your life by the number of breaths you take. Isn't it time you took control of the air you breathe?

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indoor air pollutants are often 2x-5x higher vs. typical outdoor conditions (Environmental Protection Agency)

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Top 5 risks

The EPA ranked indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health.


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How clean is your air?

Knowing your air quality puts you in control. TruSens purifiers with SensorPod keep you informed and respond to your air.

TruSens Wellness Blog

Being informed means that you can take a proactive approach to your wellbeing. Follow the link below for articles that are meant to inform and make you aware of the air you breathe.
Blog articles