Why Purify Your Air?
Why Purifying Your Air is Important
Why Is Purifying Your Air Important?
On average, we spend 90% of our time indoors. Studies have shown that indoor air pollutants are up to five times greater than outdoor air pollution. The EPA has stated that poor indoor air quality is one of the top five environmental threats to your health.
Think about it this way: you breathe in about 15,000 quarts of air a day, but only drink a few quarts of water per day. If you already use water filtration to ensure healthy and safe water for your family, doesn’t it make sense to ensure clean, healthy air as well?
Alleviate Debilitating Health Conditions
Many widespread health conditions have been linked to poor indoor air quality, an alarming trend that each of us is responsible to fight in our own homes.
Improved air quality could bring relief to:
- 25 million, or 1 in 12 Americans who struggle with asthma
- Millions who suffer from other respiratory allergies
- People suffering from COPD, the currently the number 3 medical cause of death in America
- Those suffering cardiovascular conditions, as air quality affects our circulation
The Alexapure Breeze effectively captures and eliminates airborne contaminants that aggravate these conditions, improving your overall health alongside any prescribed treatment.
Indoor Air Pollutants & Your Health
This fine powder produced by plants can settle in your home and cause problems, especially if you’re allergic to them. Some pollens are now in season for four times as long as they were 10 to 15 years ago.
Viruses & Bacteria
Poor air circulation and filtration can cause these microorganisms to multiply and spread. Viruses and bacteria both cause and worsen diseases. Even dead bacteria can exacerbate asthma symptoms.
Molds & Fungi
Common indoor molds like Cladosporium, Penicillium, Alternaria and Aspergillus can cause symptoms like stuffy nose and coughing and wheezing even in otherwise healthy people. People with allergies or asthma may suffer severe reactions like fever and shortness of breath.
Mites are one of the biggest indoor triggers of allergies and asthma. Exposure can even cause asthma. Most people experience symptoms while sleeping or making their bed, because that’s where millions of mites tend to settle and nest.
Sixty-five percent of American homes have pets. Even if you don’t, almost all homes have some detectable levels of dog or cat dander, likely tracked in from elsewhere. Dander causes both upper and lower respiratory tract symptoms in people sensitive or allergic.