Since air pollutants are the main cause of increasing the health problems of those who already suffer from respiratory illnesses, using an air purifier in your home would probably be your best option. Clean Air Plus (2011) is a company that specializes in air purification technology and sells only the best HEPA air purifiers. These purifiers remove allergy-causing particles, capture dust, pollen, & pet dander, eliminate bacteria, viruses, and mold spores, and reduce chemical fumes, smoke and odors (Clean Air Plus, 2011). For more information, please click on the link below.
Also if you don’t have the funds to spring for an air purifier, one of the best things you can do is simply dust and vacuum your house on a regular basis. Though, it doesn’t address the issue of more potentially harmful indoor pollutants, asthma attacks can be set off by dust and dirt so eliminating those threats is a good start.
House plants are a great, natural, low-cost way to reduce air pollution in the home. Many commercial air purifiers will produce ozone, which is a good thing in the stratosphere, but not what you want to be breathing down here in the troposphere where we all live. The air purifier that nellieliz4 mentioned says that is is ozone-free, so that’s good. If you choose to get an air purifier instead of a house plant, just be sure to check out all the information available on the product before you get it,
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