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People coping with allergies, asthma, MCS and COPD know the breathing benefits of allergy masks, but here are a few other scenarios where a filtered dust mask may help improve your breathing or provide protection:
You should always wear a mask if you have to clean up mold, garbage, or anything that may seem toxic. We recommend the Respro Allergy Mask.
Those commuting on trains, airplanes, subways, bicycles, and even walking, should consider wearing an allergy face mask to protect your lungs against urban air pollution and fumes. We recommend the Respro Sportsta Mask.
The CDC recommends N95 (or equivalent) rated masks or respirators to curb the spread of the flu virus and other communicable diseases. We recommend the 3M Particulate Respirator Mask.
If you have asthma and enjoy being outside in colder temperatures, the AllerTech® Cold Weather Allergy Mask is designed for winter and outdoor uses.
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