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Air quality affect sleep

How air purifiers can help reduce allergens in your home?

As our homes become increasingly well sealed, it may seem like we’re shutting pollution out. But in truth, we’re shutting it in. In fact, air inside our homes can be up to five times more polluted than the air outside.¹ As we spend more than 14 hours a day indoors on average,² we can be breathing potentially dirty air all this time.

Impurities in indoor air can include tiny allergen particles, including pollen, mould spores, dust mites and pet dander. Pollen and mould concentrations are closely tied with respiratory health, while dust mite allergies can trigger asthma and cause eczema to flare.³

Yet there are ways to counteract indoor air pollution. Management of allergies includes reducing exposure to allergens, but if aeroallergens are the trigger, then using a high-quality air purifier can help.

Read on to discover how an air purifier could be beneficial for the air in your home.

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    Reducing indoor air pollution

    On average, 90% of UK and US residents spend 22 hours indoors each day.¹ And in the US, the concentration of some pollutants are two to five times higher indoors than outdoors.²

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    How to help manage pollen allergies

    Pollen spikes during the spring and summer months. Globally, 29% of people are worried about dust and pollen being brought into their homes.