Due to fires, degradation of vegetation, thermal power plants, transportation, and especially the climate crisis, the amount of clean air we breath every year is dramatically decreasing. According to the World Health Organization, 9 out of 10 people in the world breathe polluted air and every year 7 million people die due to air pollution. Data published by WHO shows that the risk of respiratory diseases such as stroke, heart disease, lung cancer and asthma can be reduced by breathing cleaner air.
Air Purifers remove contaminants such as bacteria, viruses, allergens, and particles in the ambient air through their filters. Today, air purifiers are important as they create safe breathing zones for the air that is increasingly polluted by the climate crisis.
Studies show that exposure to volatile organic compounds (VOC) in indoor areas increase the risk of asthma and allergies, especially in children. High VOC concentrations can trigger eye and respiratory irritation, headache, dizziness and even memory impairment.
A report published by UCLA showed that children, the breathe clean air, lead better, healthier lives. Two of the most dangerous problems caused by low Internal Air Quality (IAQ) for children are asthma and allergens. There is no way to detect dust, dirt, smoke and pollen particles settled on furniture in your home.