The Air in Your Home is More Polluted Than You Think: Here's What to Do
In the past few years, a growing amount of scientific research has shown that indoor air pollution can be worse than outside air pollution (even in the biggest and most industrialized cities).
In fact, your home's air can be up to 5 times more polluted than the air outside!
The air in your home may contain numerous indoor air pollutants such as dust mites, allergens from pets and plants, mold, as well as toxic chemicals from cleaning products like your favorite aerosol spray and tile cleaner, and harmful viruses and bacteria.
Indoor air pollution is a silent threat that can seriously impact the health of all the people inside a home most especially those who are often most susceptible to the adverse effects of pollution such as:
Older adults, and
People with cardiovascular or respiratory disease
The common negative health effects linked to indoor air pollutants:
Irritation of the nose, throat, and eyes
Dizziness, headaches, and fatigue
Struggling to breathe easily and having asthma or allergies
The most dangerous effects of having poor indoor air quality:
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
Coronary heart disease (CHD), and
According to the World Health Organization, around 4.2 million people die due to indoor air pollution.
Here’s what to do to make your living environment as clean as possible for you and for all the members of your family.
Keep indoor areas dry and clean
One way to reduce indoor air pollution is by keeping indoor areas dry and clean.
This is particularly crucial in places like the kitchen and bathroom where mold and mildew are prone to growing.
Furthermore, it's essential to address any leaks or water damage immediately in order to stop the growth of mold and mildew.
Making sure there is adequate ventilation is one of the key methods to lower indoor air pollution.
Proper ventilation is necessary to replace the contaminated indoor air with outside fresh, clean air.
Use air purifiers
Dust, pollen, mold spores, and pet dander are just a few of the pollutants that an air purifier can get rid of to protect against indoor air pollution.
They can also get rid of dangerous pollutants like carbon monoxide, VOCs, and others, to ensure that your family is breathing clean and fresh air all the time.
Sterra Moon Air Purifier is a powerful, medical-grade H13 True HEPA filter that effectively gets rid of micron particles in the air.
It traps 99.97% of all airborne contaminants including viruses and bacteria that are 0.3 μm in diameter. It’s why even hospitals use the same filter grade to sanitize the rooms and avoid contaminations.
See the difference between air purifier with HEPA filter vs non-HEPA filter:
Truly, the Sterra Moon True HEPA-13 Air Purifier is the perfect solution for you if you want to breathe clean and fresh air in your home.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to improve your indoor air quality and protect your family's health.
With this powerful and true HEPA-13 air purifier, you will have confidence and assurance that your home is clean, fresh, and free from harmful airborne contaminants.