Aggravation of asthma Coughing Higher risk of
respiratory infection Chest discomfort Reduced lung function Shortness of breath; and Irritation of eye, nose
Ozone is composed of three oxygen atoms O3.
The third molecule can easily latch onto other molecule making it reactive. It exist everywhere even in the atmosphere,
It is a naturally occurring trace gases in the atmosphere and the ozone layer
that keeping the planet earth warm.
High level of outdoor ozone can get into
indoor spaces. Also several household and office appliances generate ozone,
This might some as a surprise but a number of household and office appliances
generate ozone, In most case at safe level.
Sources of ozone in indoor environment can
include printers, some air cleaners purifiers and X-ray. You can test for the
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