How to prevent indoor pollution that is pervasive?
According to scientific data, people spend more than 70% of their time indoors. Some people spend more than 90% of their indoor activities. Indoor air pollution is more harmful to the human body than outdoor pollution, and respiratory diseases and cardiovascular diseases are frequent. Hair is inseparable from indoor pollution.
70% of the time in indoor activities PM2.5 causes respiratory and cardiovascular diseases
Relevant statistics show that humans spend at least 70% of their time indoors, while urban population spends more than 90% indoors, especially for infants and the elderly. About 68% of human diseases are related to room pollution.
There are many types of indoor pollution, which exist in every corner.
For many people, the most common room pollution is formaldehyde, but PM2.5 knows very little. Meteorologists and medical experts believe that the haze weather caused by fine particles is even more harmful to human health than sandstorms. In particular, fine particles with a diameter of less than 2.5 microns, such as PM2.5, have a diameter equivalent to 1/10 of the size of human hair. These fine particles are pervasive and enter the body and enter the bronchial tubes, interfering with the gas exchange in the lungs, causing asthma, bronchi. Diseases such as inflammation and cardiovascular disease. These granules can also enter the blood through the bronchi and alveoli, and harmful gases, heavy metals and the like are dissolved in the blood, which is more harmful to human health.
Air purifiers, also known as ‘air cleaners’, air purifiers, purifiers, are capable of adsorbing, decomposing or converting various air pollutants (generally including PM2.5, dust, pollen, odor, formaldehyde, etc.) , bacteria, allergens, etc., products that effectively improve air cleanliness, mainly divided into household, commercial, industrial, building and so on.
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