April 2, 2017
We are always excited to meet inspirational thought-leaders who are also passionate about understanding what’s in their air, and we are especially fortunate when these people choose to become Awair Ambassadors.
This month, we had an amazing group of Ambassadors join the Awair family. We wanted to take this opportunity to celebrate them and check in on their experience with Awair so far.
"As a Mom air quality is super important to me because I want to make sure that I am providing as clean of an environment as possible for my little babe to grow up in!"
"I'm based in the Sonoran Desert. Living out here in the desert always makes for a trying time in breathing clean air. This [Awair] is going to be a big step forward."
"As the mother to a newborn, making sure the air quality in our home is at its best has become one of our top goals and Awair helps us monitor that and make adjustments as needed."
"We thought that we had pretty good air quality, but with Awair we found out that it was not as good as we thought. It has helped us take care of that and also stay healthy."
Interested in becoming an Awair Ambassador? Get in touch at email@example.com.
People are using Awair everyday, constantly improving their quality of life and overall well-being. Ken, one of our valued Awair users, recently synced up with us to explain how Awair has changed his life.
This spring we’ve been exploring how our allergies are affected by the air we breathe. Allergies are a common scapegoat this time of year--they’re usually at the center of blame for our congestion and scratchy throats. But how much do we really know about allergies, in the first place?
Dr. Shilpi Agarwal is a board-certified Family Medicine and Integrative and Holistic Medicine physician--but at home she’s a dedicated mom with a hands-on approach to her children’s health. Shilpi’s youngest son struggles with high levels of congestion and seasonal allergies, which affect his ability to get a full night’s rest. Shilpi wanted to have a complete understanding of what was causing her one-year-old’s congestion, but finding the source of her child’s discomfort could easily become a frustrating loop of guesswork.