Every day we breathe around 11,000 litres of air. So, it’s not surprising that the quality of air we breathe can impact our health and well-being.
According to the World Health Organization, an increase in worldwide air pollution, caused by gases, chemicals, smog and climate change, is seriously impacting health risks and outcomes.
Air pollution is linked to many respiratory diseases such as asthma, bronchitis and emphysema. In more serious cases, it can potentially result in deaths from stroke, lung cancer and heart disease.
Experts predict that things may only get worse. However, it’s not all doom and gloom. You can breathe easier knowing that there are ways you can reduce air pollution for both yourself and others.Simple changes, such as investing in an air ventilator for example, can dramatically improve indoor air quality.Filtering those nasties from the air in your home can boost your wellbeing. A reduction in dust, pollen, smoke particles and mould, to name a few, is a breath of fresh air to all.
Here are some other ways you can help yourself and others.
Improve indoor air quality
Research shows that most people now spend 90 per cent of their time indoors, exposing themselves to air that’s up to five times more polluted than outside.
However, a few simple changes can help.
Replacing carpets with bare floors can reduce pollutants, good ventilation improves air quality and regular cleaning helps reduce dust and mould.
Vtronic wall mounted ventilator is an effective way to remove harmful particles from the air. Vtronic wall mounted ventilator-VT260 with a HEPA filter capture 99.97 per cent of particles, including allergens, many bacteria and some viruses. VT260 also has the ability to filter pet hair and dander. What’s more, VT260 also has heat recovery system that can help keep indoor energy balance to save your money
Similarly, choosing furniture and paints with low levels of VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) reduces emissions,Vtronic VT260 can show you the VOC levels in your house, it can control the indoor CO2 level,PM2.5, humidity as well. as does regular servicing of gas heaters and cookers. A strong cooker extractor fan(Vtronicfan) should also be installed.
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