CO2 & PM2.5 build up in poorly ventilated space can be the reason for
POOR NIGHT SLEEP
92% of the world's population breathes unsafe air*
Lung cancer rates in India are up more than 50% in the past 10 years
1 in 8 people die from air pollution related cases
Floating particulate matter smaller than 2.5 micrometers in diameter. Its tiny size makes it the most dangerous pollutant to human health, as these particles can penetrate deep into the lungs and bloodstream when inhaled. Consequences include:
An indoor pollutant produced through human respiration (breathing), which can quickly build up in poorly ventilated rooms, affecting productivity and health.Side effects
“Aside from the dangers of polluted air outdoors, few are aware that indoor air is usually as bad, or even worse! Seeing as we spend 90% of our time indoors, balancing healthy CO2 & PM2.5 levels in your home and office is crucial to improve the air you breathe."*source World Health Organization
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