Indoor air pollution and health
What is indoor air pollution? Indoor air pollution is a condition in which harmful chemical factors, physical factors, and/or biological factors enter indoor air and have reached a direct or indirect, near-term or long-term, or potentially harmful effect on the body’s physical and mental health.
“Indoor” mainly refers to indoors. Indoor air pollution refers to the indoor environmental pollution behavior that affects human health due to excessive levels of harmful substances in indoor air caused by various reasons. Hazardous substances include formaldehyde, benzene, ammonia, radioactive cesium, and the like. As the degree of pollution increases, the human body will produce sub-health reactions and even threaten life safety. It is one of the most important human hazards.
Indoor air quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality inside and around buildings and structures, especially the air quality associated with the health and comfort of building users. Understanding and controlling common indoor pollutants can help reduce the risk of indoor health problems.
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