Alergen study

allergen and toxics study

Allergies are an exaggerated reaction of the immune system to certain allergens, pollutants that are often present at home or office.

The indoor environment is from 2 to 5 times more contaminated than the streets, hence the importance of promoting a healthy habitat to prevent disease.

The study of allergen and toxics promotes the avoidance of toxins indoors.


The typical diseases of polluted air gradually disappear: asthma, allergies, rhinitis and bronchitis. It also prevents heart disease and lung cancer.

Creating a healthy place helps you to breath better. Nervous system and mind relax. The study of allergies promotes a space that promotes people’s health.

allergen and toxics study Methodology


diagnostic study of allergens

I go to your home or office. I evaluate the air and dust pollutants in all spaces using technical equipment and culture.

The protocol of the Institut für Baubiologie – the international reference to what relates to health of habitat – is aplied.


Study home allergens corrections

You will be advised about the best solution for each pollutant.

Most of the time, the measures will be simple and easy to apply. They typically include natural mechanisms for regulating ambient humidity and replacing or eliminating sources of pollutant emissions.

healthy space

estudio alergenos

Space is no longer a cause of illness.

Allergen-free habitat helps people to progressively recover from symptoms.

The new environment brings health and good breathing.


Artificial products such as aldehydes or solvents are common causes of allergies. However, the danger they pose goes further, as some of them are potentially carcinogenic, such as formaldehyde.

These are a wide variety of pollutants that have a common characteristic, products that are highly transformed and far removed from nature. They are found in varnishes, adhesives, paints, cleaning products, tobacco etc.

allergen paint chemicals

It is a mixture of tiny substances. It is the most important air pollutant in terms of danger to human health.

The allergy study in the home or office focuses on locating the sources of the smallest particles (less than 2.5 microns). These particles can reach the lung alveoli and from there the entire body.

Chronic exposure, in addition to causing allergies, increases the risk of developing heart and lung diseases and lung cancer.

household vacuum cleaner

In enclosed spaces, mold fungi and yeast fungi can be detected. They are usually not visible to the naked eye and can be found in a fungi culture. When they are visible to the naked eye, we are faced with large colonies.

They are frequent in the cold walls of facades, where the humidity is higher, and from there they spread their spores into the air.

Its health effects are mainly in the respiratory tract, in the form of allergies or infections, such as bronchitis.

petri dish mushroom cultivation

They are tiny organisms related to ticks and arachnids. Their small dimensions, between 0.1 and 0.4 mm, prevent their vision with the naked eye and microscopy is required to observe them.

They love damp environments and their habitat are mattresses, pillows, upholstered furniture, teddy bears, curtains and carpets.

Mites, and mainly their droppings, can affect the the respiratory system, usually in the form of allergies, bronchitis, asthma or rhinitis.

mite allergy home

The study of allergies analyses the balance of the environmental parameters of the place: humidity, temperature, carbon dioxide…

Moisture contributes to the presence of fungi and mites and therefore to production of air allergens and bacterial growth (such as Legionella). In addition, temperature also influences the moisture content of the air.

Carbon dioxide is an indicator of odours and air quality.

humedad hogar es alérgeno

Radon gas is not an allergen. However, it is a common household pollutant and the second leading cause of lung cancer.

It is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas. It disintegrates into radioactive particles of polonium and lead that adhere to the dust particles we breathe.

It is filtered through building materials that are in contact with the land and concentrated in the spaces located on the lower floors and basements.

radon gas

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