The quality of air you breathe in, whether you are outside or in the comfort of our own home has a bearing on your health. Most people are aware of the potential dangers of poor outdoor air quality thus actions have been taken to rectify it. However, far few people knew the importance of indoor air quality despite the increase demand of air purifier. In this article, we will be going through some elements of both indoor and outdoor air pollution.
Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis or atopic eczema, is the most well-known and wide-spread type of eczema. For centuries, people around the world have been suffering from the irritating and painful eczema outbreak. While there are various treatments and remedies for eczema, most people will often left out or ignore air purifier as an option in reducing eczema despite the fact that treating eczema effectively is determined by the severity of each individual. So here comes the million-dollar question. How effective does an air purifier help against eczema?
Your skin is susceptible to the ever changing environmental conditions. The sun, wind, rain and cold all have different effects on the health of your skin. If you live in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia or any city around the world which regularly experiences the invasion of “haze”, please pay close attention to the following skincare tips shared in this article.
Lead is a natural, bright, heavy yet soft and malleable metal that can be hammer into different shape without breaking or cracking. It has a slightly bluish white color that will tarnish to dull gray color upon exposed to air. Due to its high resistance to corrosion and poor electrical conductivity compared to other metals, it is widely used as material in many of our items such as insulation coating electronics, solders, lead-based paints, batteries, plastics, gasoline, pewter cutleries, pipes, fusible alloys and even as radioactive shielding.
Air quality should always be the utmost priority considering the amount of air we inhaled on a daily basis. A good air purifier can help you achieve a good air quality level through its all-powerful filtering system. A clean air purifier is equally important as it can make sure that your air purifier is capable of performing at its maximum potential. If you do not clean your air purifier on a regular basis, your filter will becomes clogged and either the filter will not be able to absorb further pollutants or the air purifier’s motor will work harder to compensate the losses and thus reducing the air purifier lifespan.
Asthma is a chronic, incurable disease that even till today, preventive care and medical treatment can only stop asthma from triggering. It is also is the most common type of allergy-induced asthma in the United States. Common bacteria such as molds, pollens, mildews, pet danders and dust mites can greatly aggravate asthma symptoms. Another common factor is secondhand smoke, often linked to trigger an asthma attack.
Unfortunately YES. Even though majority of the air purifier does help in reducing airborne pollutants, there are few that not only does not reduce your indoor airborne pollutants, instead it helps create more harmful air pollutants and these are the ones that are still powered by ozone generator. With so many researches on the negative health impact of ozone, it amazes us that manufacturers still insist on using ozone generator technology to market their products as air purifier.
Asbestos is a natural, non-flammable mineral that was once a very common building material until the dangerous side effects was discovered. It is highly hazardous if the asbestos related products were damaged as it can release microscopic fibers that are known to cause lungs tissue damage and other symptoms when inhaled. Asbestos fibers are commonly mixed with many other building materials as a binder due to its durability, fire retardant and high resistance to corrosion.