Poor Indoor Air Quality can threaten your health.

Considering that we breathe 23,000 times a day, therefore it is of prime importance that we breathe PureAir. Indoor air pollution is now considered as a major environmental health concern.
Building are constructed in such a way that they are sealed with better windows, insulation and moldings, that result in odor and other related air conditioning diseases, and is thereby deteriorating the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). This is named as “Sick Building Syndrome” (SBS). SBS is a combination of ailments (a syndrome) associated with an individual's place of work (office building) or residence. When buildings are sealed, contaminants such as mold builds up. Mold along with the harmful chemicals gases such as formaldehyde and benzene, given off by construction materials, paints, and furniture, are picked up and circulated in the entire area. Building occupants complain of symptoms such as sensory irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, neurotoxic or general health problems, skin irritation, nonspecific hypersensitivity reactions, and odor and taste sensations. Most of these complainants report relief soon after leaving the building.
As most people spend over 90% of their time indoors, not knowing that the air they are breathing may be more polluted than the air outside. The Environmental Protection Agency has reported that indoor air pollution levels can be 100 times higher than the air outdoors. Therefore, breathing contaminated air puts the health of you and your family at risk. In fact, the American College of Allergist says that 50% of illnesses are caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air. So, it is important to take control of the indoor air quality by reducing pollutants that can contribute to headache, lung irritation and fatigue as well as more long-term conditions such as asthma, allergies and infectious diseases.
Research shows that people who work or live in a condition with the harmful gases such as formaldehyde are more susceptible to some diseases. Benzene is recognized as carcinogenic by the World Health Organization, which can lead to cancers such as leucocythemia and lung cancer. Harmful gases can have the harmful effect on women, particularly those who are pregnant inducing miscarriages.
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