Tampa, FL, June 29, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- This is the last week of National Migraine Awareness Month and if you have summer migraines, you are already very aware of them. Many people deal with those insufferable summer migraines. According to the National Headache Foundation, 47% of the adult population experience headaches annually. Research suggests that summer can be the worst time for migraine sufferers, but it all comes down to the triggers. Dehydration, lazy summer lounging, and pollen are all summer migraine triggers1.
However, a solution may be simpler than imagined. Air conditioners usually get turned on around the summer months. If you find yourself suffering from migraines when in air conditioning, think about when the last time the air ducts were cleaned. Air ducts can collect dust, mold, pollen, and other migraine causing allergens. As with any appliance, it is important to keep up with maintenance.
Consider having the air ducts cleaned if you can relate to the following:
· If you have not had the air ducts in your home or business cleaned in the last 5 years.
· If you or anyone in the building develops sudden allergies or migraines.
· If your air conditioner does not seem to be working as well as it should
Mike Lewis, owner of ABS Air Conditioning says, “One of the simplest things to do to maintain the cleanliness of your ducts is to change your air filters regularly. In addition to reducing your exposure to airborne particles, clean air filters result in lower electricity costs.”
About ABS Air Conditioning
Certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned with 25 years of experience in maintenance and engineering, ABS Air Conditioning measures their customers comfort in degrees. With a focus on safety and transparency, ABS Air Conditioning recently partnered with Ask the Seal, a third party company that performs “integrity checks” on every employee. Visit www.abscoolteamac.com or call 727-493-4882 (Pinellas) 813-642-3225 (Hillsborough) for more information.
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