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With today’s tightly sealed, well insulated buildings, the air inside can be much more polluted.
Step : Select pollutant source from the right column and see below for more information
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Pollution Source
Asbestos
Bacteria/Viruses
Carbon dioxide
Carbon monoxide
Dry Air
Dust Mite
Humidity
Lead
Mould
Nitrogen dioxide
Noise
Odours
Ozone
Particulate Matter
Pollen
Radon gas
Tobacco smoke
Volatile organic compounds (VOC)
Health Effects
Respiratory conditions
Watering eyes
Itching eyes, nose, and throat
Sneezing
Conjunctivitis
Description
A wet spring can leave high amounts of pollen and spores in indoor air. Breathing this in can
cause breathing problems. Pollen may also be a trigger for respiratory conditions.

What you can do:
• A good air purifier with a HEPA filter can really reduce indoor allergies.
• Another simple thing you can do is wash your hair before you go to bed.
• Stay inside with the windows closed on high pollen days, if possible.
• Use your air conditioner to help filter the air coming into the home. Central air
systems are the best.
• Remove indoor plants if they irritate or produce symptoms for you or your family.
 
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