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11/22/2018 / By Zoey Sky
Fall is almost over, and people with respiratory conditions like asthma or allergies are already starting to rejoice. However, there’s one thing that you need to consider: Even if you don’t have asthma or allergies, poor air quality in your home or workplace may cause side effects such as headaches, fatigue, or shortness of breath.
Thankfully, the video below, uploaded on the Energy Matters, LLC Brighteon Channel, discusses several tips that can help eliminate common pollutants in your home.
You can watch the full Brighteon.com video here:
How you ever wondered if the air that you’re breathing is clean enough? Even if you can’t see them, the air around you is often full of various contaminants or pollutants such as:
Air pollution is invisible and nearly unavoidable. In fact, you breathe it in unknowingly. However, even the smallest particles may cause serious medical problems. (Related: Improving air quality can cut your risk for diabetes.)
Individuals living or working in areas with poor air quality may experience one or several of the following symptoms:
In most cases, people who experience these symptoms will notice that they feel better once they leave their offices. Since these symptoms are also caused by other health conditions like the common cold or the flu, it can be difficult to identify and resolve poor air quality problems. The best thing to do is to take measures to improve air quality at home or work.
You can do this by following some of the tips below:
View the full video guide with tips on how to improve indoor air quality, which you can watch at this link.
Browse more articles about eliminating air pollution in your home at Pollution.news.
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