Purifying indoor air is extremely important: in addition to alleviating the symptoms of any allergies, it helps prevent the onset of other diseases or disorders of the respiratory or cardiovascular system, protects especially young children from premature respiratory problems, and helps us feel more rested and clear-headed.Below are a number of useful tips for improving indoor air quality:
- Use a RefineAir active purifier, that works in the air and on surfaces, degrading viruses, bacteria, mold, yeast, particulate matter and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
- Keep potted plants: plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen, contributing to natural air exchange;
- Don't smoke at home
- Don't use air fresheners: sprays, incense, scented candles that contribute to pollution of the home atmosphere;
- Clean regularly to prevent the accumulation of dust and dirt;
- Vacuum frequently, especially on carpets and rugs;
- Change bed sheets every week;
- Use HEPA filters where applicable (vacuum cleaners, electric brooms...).