People are spending more time indoors and at home. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues in varying degrees worldwide and locally, indoor air quality (IAQ) is important to keep in mind. Families are together in an enclosed space for most of the hours of the day and night. How good is the air you’re breathing?
Quirky rug: check. Coordinated bedspread: check. Picture frames and lamps: check. There’s one more must-have as your student heads back to school for the fall semester. A portable room air purifier.
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School’s out for the summer! And not all of us are just looking forward to fun-in-the-sun and summer living. Most people are dreaming of hazy lazy days, boat trips and hiking. But if you suffer from allergies, you know that this season could mean more blooms, more pollen and more windswept irritants. Knowing the outdoor air quality before you venture out could be hugely beneficial as you make daily summer plans.
From concern about the spread of infectious diseases to patient comfort, more medical providers are installing air purifiers in their office buildings. Clean air in a medical environment is a powerful way to limit the spread of viruses and bacteria. It is also a way to optimize patient care and comfort. Indoor air quality is an issue in any building. Air purifiers at the doctor are a powerful way to resolve that challenge.
Viruses, bacteria, chemicals, microbes, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and your mouth is open? Dental offices can be a significant source of contaminants, irritants and unwanted particles that can impair your health and well-being. Increasingly, dentist offices have identified an urgent need to address indoor air quality, particularly as they consider reopening for business in the midst of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. In an effort to both prevent sickness and improve treatment, this can be accomplished by using high-quality air purifiers.
A conversation has started around the use of ultraviolet light to treat COVID-19. The primary source of this is known as Healight. This experimental treatment could have applications for coronavirus. After a bioscience company called Aytu signed a global license with Cedars-Sinai, politicians, researchers, reporters and the public have become intrigued with the idea that this could be one way to treat COVID-19.
Rest. Real, deep, REM. The kind that has you waking up refreshed and ready to face the day. Sound like a distant memory? If you aren’t getting the right kind of sleep, it can negatively impact your mood and mindset. Poor sleep can lead to all kinds of health issues. Plus, it’s deeply frustrating.