What is the health risk of bad air?

Poor air quality is a problem all over the world. Polluted air is linked to a variety of health concerns, ranging from short-term irritation to serious diseases or even death.

Poor indoor air quality – a growing problem.

For most of us, we spend approximately 90% percent of our time indoors. The indoor air is full of particles that come from yourself, your surroundings and your daly activities such as bacteria, virus, mold, pollen, car exhaust, dust, etc.

Every day, we breathe in about 20,000 liters of air. Besides the essential oxygen, a lot of dangerous pollutants end up in our lungs. And most of it is not visible to the naked eye. This breath of air, along with the particles, travel into your respiratory system, and along the way the particles can stick to the sides of the airway or travel much deeper into the lungs, entering our blood stream bringing in other substances into our body.

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Polluted air causes health problems and chronic diseases:

  • Asthma
  • Allergies
  • Charcoal Disease
  • Other respiratory diseases

 

  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Stroke
  • Cancer
  • Premature deaths

This is why you need an air purifier.

An air purifier is useful in many areas in our society, from households and offices to hospitals, laboratories and industries. Each market has one thing in common – they need to improve the indoor air quality (sometimes even make it sterile). There are four main reasons to why we need an air purifier:

  • The indoor air quality is worse than the outdoor air, even in the most industrialized cities.
  • Polluted air is harmful to your health and can cause symptoms such as asthma, allergy, heart & vascular diseases, fatigue, nausea, headache, respiratory diseases and more.
  • The indoor air lacks negative ions, the air’s natural vitamins.
  • Polluted air cost you and the society health, time and money.

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