The average person takes around 20,000 breaths per day, approximately 7,300,000 breaths per year, or 547,500,000 breaths in their life. Ninety percent of those lifetime breaths are taken in an indoor space like your office or home.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air inside our homes is 2 to 5 times more polluted than the air outside. If you do not have the proper indoor air equipment, you are the first and only line of defense against these pollutants.
In fact, according to the EPA, indoor air health problems are an issue for occupants in 8 out of 10 homes. Your home and office's indoor air is likely saturated with airborne pollution. Allergens, dust, airborne viruses, volatile organic compounds, radon, among many other microscopic airborne pollutants comprise most indoor spaces. This phenomenon is known as sick building syndrome.
Some common symptoms of sick building syndrome are sneezing, stuffed nose, coughing, respiratory issues, and fatigue. Sick building syndrome can exacerbate or trigger more serious ailments like asthma, cardiovascular disease, COPD, and lung cancer.
Maintain a healthier indoor air environment by controlling humidity levels, fresh air ventilation, air purity, and temperature.
AprilAire, the leader in Indoor Air Quality solutions, has the proper indoor air equipment to create Healthy Air inside your home including whole-house products like humidifiers, dehumidifiers, fresh air ventilation, and air purifiers. Healthy Air can help remedy indoor allergens, reduce musty odors, better your sleep, and improve cognitive function.
Breathing Healthy Air is an important part of you and your family’s general health and wellness routine just like eating healthy foods, drinking clean water, and doing regular activity.
We have partnered with the American Lung Association, the leading expert on lung health in the country, and Wellness Within Your Walls, a leading expert on indoor toxins. These two partnerships have helped us gain a greater understanding of creating Healthy Air solutions that can limit your exposure to harmful indoor irritants.
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