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Air purifier to quell invisible threat at homes

Published : Saturday, 19 October, 2019 at 12:00 AM  Count : 191
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Air purifier to quell invisible threat at homes

Air purifier to quell invisible threat at homes


From smog hanging over cities to smoke inside the home, air pollution poses a major threat to health and climate. The combined effects of ambient (outdoor) and household air pollution cause about 7 million premature deaths every year worldwide, largely as a result of increased mortality from stroke, heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lung cancer, and acute respiratory infections.    
According to a new study released in March 2019, Dhaka has emerged as the second most polluted capital city in the world. Such findings are not something new for Dhaka. According to a World Bank report titled 'Bangladesh Environmental Analysis-2018', about 80,000 people in Dhaka lose their lives every year to air pollution.
We know outdoor air is toxic and Researchers have found that indoor air pollution is often between 2 - 5 times greater than outdoors and can get at its extreme up to 100 times worse than the open air.
To prevent the air pollution, the approach can be to install an air purifier. An air purifier can help you to keep your living space clean and trap airborne spores in its filters to prevent them from sticking to walls and reproducing. The air purifiers can work quickly to help remove airborne particles from the air without allowing them to reenter the room and relieve allergies quickly.




There are numerous air purifiers out there but selecting a good quality air purifier is the key to improved indoor air quality. The best quality air purifiers are quiet and will remove about 99 per cent of airborne particles.
Blueair air purifiers use Smoke stop filters and all these air purifiers effectively remove tobacco smoke, traffic pollution, fumes, chemicals and odors.
Exposure to outdoor air pollution is simply unavoidable. However, we can still control the risk to indoor air pollution. It is important to take as many steps as possible to decrease the level of indoor air pollution as people spent more time there than outdoor. This way we can ensure a healthy lifestyle and avoid getting sick.



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