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Why Is Indoor Air Quality Important?

Breathing in fresh, clean air indoors is critical for good health. We spend around 90% of our time indoors so it's important to ensure the air we're breathing is clean.

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Breathing is our first instinctive action and the most natural thing we do, over 20,000 times a day in fact. When we start to think about the air we breathe and the quality of the air we are breathing we tend to think about the pollution in the air outdoors caused by carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides from vehicles and factories.

However, the air inside our homes can be up to 5 times more polluted than the air outdoors. The majority of people recognise the health concerns around outdoor air pollution, but few people consider the potential dangers around the exposure to poor indoor air quality despite it having the same negative health effects.

There can be up to 900 toxins polluting the quality of our indoor air and over 81% of people are at risk of respiratory or dermatological conditions due to poor indoor air quality so it is important to think about how this may be affecting our health and look at ways to improve the air indoors.

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