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With today’s tightly sealed, well insulated buildings, the air inside can be much more polluted.
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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
Discomfort
Tiredness
Dry skin -
Increased levels of dust -
Damage to hair
Increased static electricity
Damage to wooden objects
Out of tune musical instruments
Discomfort to pets
Dry throat
Description
As well as temperature and air purity, another major factor in the maintenance of a healthy room atmosphere is the moisture content of the air. During winter months when rooms are heated, indoor air can dry out, sucking moisture from our skin, hair, mucous membranes in the throat and nose, furniture, plants, animals and anything else in the room.

Medical experts recommend a healthy relative air humidity of between 40-60 % RH. At this level, the moisture content of the air will be in equilibrium at the temperature of the typical indoor environment.



 
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