Indoor air quality is 5-10 times more polluted than the outdoor air. Poor quality of indoor air is one of the main reasons of asthma triggers, breathing problems and also lead to long term breathing problems. However, many people don’t realize the fact that only vacuuming or washing will not keep the indoor air clean. The detergents, cleaning products that you use and many home appliances also lead to indoor air pollution. Most of us are not aware of these sources of indoor air pollution. So, to help you out, we discuss a few areas in your home that need regular cleaning to avoid indoor air pollution.
Indoor air pollution is a rising concern as it causes 1.3 million deaths in India. The deteriorating air quality, smog and other dangerous conditions adds to the woes of the present situation. Dust, pollens, PM 2.5, cigarette smoke and mold growth are some of the main reasons of indoor air pollution. Considering the increasing amount of pollution, it has become necessary to take the right measures to ensure that we breathe healthy at least at home. Mold growth is one of the most common reasons of indoor air pollution. Mold spores are invisible to human eyes which can become hazardous for your health. In this blog, we discuss the ways to deal with mold growth to help you breathe healthy.
Many people think of the outside air when talking about air pollution. However, did you know that indoor air pollution is 3-4 times more dangerous than the outdoor pollution? Kids are more susceptible to the harmful effects caused by indoor air pollution than adults. The poor indoor air quality has a greater impact on kid’s health as their lungs are still in developing stage. Continue reading “How Poor Indoor Air Quality Affects Your Child’s Health”