Updated: Feb 2
2020 saw many of us staying indoors; this is a good time to evaluate your air quality. Good indoor air quality can lead to improved productivity and comfort; poor indoor air quality can lead to decreased productivity, ill health, and sickness.
Here are some tips to ensure you are breathing good air quality.
Keeping Humidity Levels in Check
High moisture levels encourage the growth of fungus, mold, and dust mites, which can cause breathing difficulties for those with allergies or asthma. High humidity also encourages perspiration, making it uncomfortable to go about your day. However, if humidity is too low, you may notice the air feels dry, possibly leading to a dry cough, wheezing, and discomfort; furnishings may start peeling.
Ensure that humidity levels are in check while working indoors.
Dust and a Clean Home
Bacteria and germs can travel on dust particles or small respiratory droplets, and these can be inhaled and land on surfaces. Frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces keeps bacteria levels low.
Eliminating Airborne Bacteria
One lesson learned in 2020: airborne bacteria are a significant risk. The majority of disinfection products are designed for surfaces, not to disinfect the air. BioCair solves the challenge is eliminating airborne germs.
BioCair Dry Mist Disinfecting Machines disinfects up to 99.999% of airborne bacteria and germs! Disinfect a room for 1 hour daily to reduce the threat of air borne germs. BioCair is non-toxic, contains no alcohol, is child-safe, and can be used in any room.