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Your Health may be Affected by Indoor Air Quality

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All along, we tend to classify air pollution as outdoor air pollution, especially the haze in autumn and winter. But in fact, there is also air pollution indoors. The air in the home or office is more likely to be polluted than the air outside. In fact, indoor air pollution often causes more serious health problems.

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1. The Impact of Indoor Air Quality on Human Health

During the decoration process, formaldehyde will be released into the air. People who have been exposed to formaldehyde for a long time are prone to cancer of the nasal cavity, mouth, throat, skin, and respiratory tract.


There may also be microbial pollution in the air, which mainly comes from viruses and bacteria. Bacteria are produced by the metabolism of the human body. 80% to 90% of the bacteria come from the skin and upper respiratory tract mucosa. Bacteria usually attach to the human body and humid places, causing infectious diseases such as tuberculosis and pneumonia.


Viruses are usually suspended in the air and spread through the air to cause infectious diseases, such as influenza, respiratory infections, measles, etc. Indoor air quality has a great impact on human health. And how can we improve indoor air quality?

2. How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

(1) Clean the New Furniture

New furniture will contain formaldehyde to a certain extent, because the furniture we buy must not be natural. We know that formaldehyde is extremely susceptible to temperature. Therefore, we can clean the new furniture with hot water. Under the influence of high temperature, it can take away some of the formaldehyde. At the same time, the room must be regularly ventilated to volatile residual formaldehyde.


(2) Plants

We can place some plants indoors that help improve air quality. Plants not only have ornamental value, but also benefit human health. According to research, indoor plants can function as an active air purifier, absorbing formaldehyde and other chemical pollutants.


(3) Dehumidifiers

In addition to temperature, indoor air pollutants are also susceptible to humidity. Using energy efficient dehumidifiers for home to adjust the indoor humidity is also a good way to prevent formaldehyde from exceeding the standard.


If the indoor humidity is too high, it will also affect the indoor air quality. A humid environment will speed up the propagation of bacteria and make the furniture moldy. Therefore, if the indoor humidity level is maintained at about 30% to 50%, it will reduce the growth of mold and bacteria.


The good cheap dehumidifier can condense the water molecules in the air to form water droplets, and discharge the dry air out of the dehumidifier. The central dehumidifier can reduce the indoor humidity. It keeps the human body in a relatively comfortable environment and reduces the incidence of some diseases.

Regular dehumidification will not only make the home environment drier, but also make the furniture less likely to be moldy. The dehumidifier is almost a daily household appliance. And the dehumidifier has a wide range of applications, it can be widely used in bedrooms, libraries, archives, offices, hospitals and so on. You can choose a dehumidifier suitable for you to help you create a comfortable humidity environment.


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