It is a fact according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Indoor Air is usually filled with germs, dust mite, bacteria, mold spores, fungi, pollen, and as if this wasn’t enough now we should be extremely vigilant about airborne viruses such as Coronavirus.
Some of the following common conditions contribute daily to your indoor pollutants:
However, the good news is that out indoor environments such as home, offices, medical practices, classrooms, restaurants, beauty salons, etc. They are all under controlled conditions that allow us to sanitize and improve the air we breathe inside these spaces.
Remember this! Living consistently under poor quality “Indoor Air” may lead to serious short and long term health problems such as colds, flus, coronavirus, sinus infections, breathing problems, skin irritations, dizziness, asthma attacks, allergies, depression, dizziness, headaches, fatigue, etc.