Did you know that the average person breathes around 11,000 litres of air in a day? That’s enough to fill up a normal sized swimming pool! Imagine if all that air that you breathe on a daily basis was of poor quality? That’s actually the case in most homes because indoor air pollution tends to be 2 to 5 times worse than outdoor pollution.
Let’s take a look at the main factors that impact our indoor air quality:
Dust and pollutants in the air
You might not be able to see it, but an excessive amount of microbes and dust particles can be found in many homes when the climate is as dusty and humid as the one here in the UAE.
Allergens and asthma triggers
Allergens are essentially any pollutants that can make allergy symptoms worse, which means that dust can be considered an allergen, alongside things like pet dander, certain plants, pollen and mold.
Mold is one of the most harmful substances that commonly infest households. Even if you are not necessarily allergic to mold, it can be severely harmful to your health if you are exposed to it for a long time.
How to maintain a healthy indoor air quality?
The reason your environment is one of the 4 primary elements of holistic wellness, alongside fitness, nutrition and mental health, is due to the fact that your indoor environment can directly impact your sleep and breathing, which in turn could affect your lifestyle. Taking control of your indoor environment will definitely improve your health and energy levels, and there’s no better time to start than right now!
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