Question: Why is indoor air quality worse than outdoor?
Answer: Typical indoor activities such as cooking, cleaning, and smoking can produce Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). Outdoor air contains fewer pollutants than indoor air because outdoor air is exposed to natural elements that help to break down pollutants. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indoor_air_quality
Question: How can indoor air pollution be prevented?
Answer: One of the most important steps homeowners can take is to reduce sources of indoor air pollution. Includes ventilating the house to reduce moisture, and eliminating chemical products like paints, solvents, and cleaning products that produce VOCs. https://www.bryant.com/en/us/products/ventilators/
Question: How does indoor air quality affect our health?
Answer: Poor indoor air quality has been linked to a number of adverse health effects, including respiratory problems, asthma, and other respiratory illnesses. It can also cause headaches, fatigue, and dizziness. https://www.epa.gov/report-environment/indoor-air-quality#:~:text=Health%20effects%20associated%20with%20indoor,%2C%20heart%20disease%2C%20and%20cancer.
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