5 Reasons we should sanitize our indoor air

It is rightly said by Dr. John McKeon, CEO of Allergy Standards Limited –

“Indoor air quality can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air quality. Outdoor air quality is an issue. But the air inside, where we spend most of our time, has a number of pollutants added to it.”

Every little thing at our place contains toxic harmful chemicals, including the dirt on the floor, kitchen smell to the clothes we wear, which can cause coughing, irritation in the eyes, rashes, etc.   

The sources of indoor air pollution are mainly due to combustion, building material, asbestos (earth flax), tobacco smoke, volatile organic matter, etc and these all lead to a wide variety of adverse health effects, that include lack of oxygen, fatigue, respiratory problems, chronic coughs, dizziness, skin rashes, eye irritation, and memory lapse.

Fresh air leads to a healthier and happier you. Fresh air can really lift up our spirits. So, here are some of the reasons why we need fresh air :

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Fresh air is good for the digestive system – It increases the flow of oxygen helping you digest food more effectively.

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Fresh air helps improve blood pressure and heart rate – In order to improve our blood pressure, we need to particularly avoid visiting places with polluted environments. One should stay away from the busy traffic as the body needs to work harder to get the amount of oxygen it needs over polluted car fumes.

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Fresh air strengthens your immune system – Fresh air helps us to increase the amount of oxygen which helps our white blood cells function properly.

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Fresh air cleans our lungs – Our lungs dilate more as fresh air improves the cleansing of our lungs. We release airborne toxins from our body while exhaling.

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Fresher air helps sharpen our mind and increases our energy – More oxygen results in better brain functioning, improving our concentration skills, and providing more energy.

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