Who wouldn’t want an adorable little thing to welcome him home after a long tiring day? Who wouldn’t want a loyal friend around who can lift up someone’s mood almost instantly? The idea of keeping an adorable little pet at your side is so attracting, that most people cannot help but bring one home.
You may be having a bad air day every day – and we are not talking about the pollution outdoor but the air around your four walls.
You may be having a bad air day every day – and we are not talking about the pollution outdoor but the air around your four walls. This poor indoor air quality can affect your health and the health of your family severely. Health effects from indoor air pollutants may be experienced soon after exposure or possibly, years later.
New Delhi’s air pollution hit dangerous levels as India celebrated Diwali this year. The city experienced its worst nightmare with level of PM2.5 tiny particles suspended in the airalong with the low visibility mostly due to smoke, dust and not to forget the pollution from the firecrackers. Even after the festive frenzy of bursting firecrackers came to an end for almost over a week, people in Delhi are every day, waking up to misty mornings.
Air pollution has become the world’s biggest environmental risk. In fact it isn’t just affecting the health of our environment; it also poses a significant risk to our health. Outdoor pollution from traffic fumes and industrial smoke and indoor pollution from allergens, moldsand intense dust are known to affect the health of the people more than the evil smoking. You might be familiar with the way polluted air can cause respiratory problems like wheezing and asthma, but did you know that it also may be a major risk factor for stroke, diabetes, cardiovascular problems and more? The risks from air pollution are now far greater than previously thought or understood. Learn the facts about air pollution and take necessary measures to stay safe.
A healthy home environment is something very important for kids. It comes as a natural instinct to parents to protect their kids from any danger and they do take necessary measure to provide that perfect environment for their kids to grow up. But even then sometimes many parents inadvertently expose their kids or just born babies to harmful things right in their own home.
With the rising air pollution, we are today confronted by the challenges of chronic and lifestyle related diseases. And it’s not just the air outside, even our indoor spaces are not safe for breathing. Although our rooms may look clean, it is actually full of viruses, bacteria and other harmful pollutants.
Heart disease is a common danger, one of the leading health risks people face these days. While we have always blamed our changing lifestyle leading to chronic disease development like heart disease, there’s another vital factor that is believed to aggravate the same.
When you think of air pollution, you probably think smokestacks in city spaces—not the furniture or indoor spaces, right? We always consider indoor environments to be healthy but the truth is that there can be many hidden pollutants in the air and on the furniture compared to outside environment that can be wreaking havoc inyour bodies.
Did you know indoor air can be up to 100 times more polluted than the outdoor air? Did you know polluted indoor air can give you serious health issues? Did you know exposure to indoor air pollution causes and aggravates chronic respiratory disorders?
Majority of our lives are spent inside the four walls; whether in a cubicle or at our home. Unfortunately, lack of proper ventilation or presence of pollutants in many homes, buildings and office premises can result in higher quantities of contaminants, creating poor indoor air quality. This, in turn, can result in a number of health ailments. Let’s find out more about it in details.