Are you catching cold frequently? Can you sense any unpleasant smell or odor? If so, it’s likely that you have mold, allergens, smoke or other contaminants in the indoor air. If they are not removed on time, they will most likely have a negative impact on your health.
Indoor air quality is an increasing quality of life concern for modern people. According to a study, on an average, people spend 90 percent of their time indoors. Hence, it is important to improve the indoor air quality. Poor air quality can have a negative impact on a person’s health. If the air is not cleaned, it can aggravate existing respiratory ailments and with long term exposure can even lead to major complications.
The spread of Coronavirus disease has all of us on the edge. With every coming day, we are being introduced with more confirmed cases and casualties caused by the deadly COVID 19 which is the major cause of disruption.
In this most difficult hour, it is imperative to take care of indoor air quality to ensure health and safety for your family members. While regular washing of hands, minimizing exposure to public spaces, trying not to touch eyes, nose and mouth and maintaining social distance are touted to be some of the common defense mechanism against Coronavirus, it is also important to improve indoor air quality to protect your family members against future virus outbreaks.