We all want to live a healthy and cheerful life but will we be able to? India is now 10 out of top 20 and 6 out of top 10 most polluted cities in the world. Isn’t that shocking? Also, WHO Claims Delhi to be the most polluted city in the world. The air pollution level is increasing at such a tremendous rate that controlling it has become a major concern. The quality of air we’re breathing is not at all worth breathing and is deadly causing lung diseases. A report confirms that there are around 1.3 million people in India who die due to indoor air pollution.
Who is causing this pollution and what can be done? Air Pollutants include smoke from traffic, dust from roads and construction sites, bacteria, virus and most importantly elements called PM 2.5 (Particulate Matters smaller than 2.5 microns) which can go deep into lungs and blood causing health problems. While smoke and dust is visible, these PM 2.5 and Virus are invisible and hence more dangerous. Gases like Carbon dioxide, Carbon monoxide, Sulphur and nitrous oxides and Ozone are the ones which we find outdoors being released by vehicles. So, controlling traffic jams and using public transportation rather than our personal vehicles can help in this issue.
Air pollution is a major environmental health problem affecting the developing and the developed countries alike. The effects of air pollution on health are very complex as there are many different sources and their individual effects vary from one to the other. It is not only the ambient air quality in the cities but also the indoor air quality in the rural and the urban areas that are causing concern. Air pollutants that are inhaled have serious impact on human health affecting the lungs and the respiratory system.
The Polluted air is also taken up by the blood and pumped all round the body. These pollutants are also deposited on soil, plants, and in the water, further contributing to human exposure.
We cannot control the situation but can make the air healthy which we breathe. An air purifier is a perfect solution. You will be able to ensure that within your home, you breathe only the best air. 90% of our time is spent indoors. Hence using your air purifier inside home will help you and your family a lot. In a day we breathe around 9 Kg of Air. That’s the reason we have to pay a lot of attention to keep this air pure. We always drink purified water then why don’t we use Air Purifier just like Water Purifier to purify air?
Pureit Air Purifier comes with Purelung technology which is also India’s first air purifier certified to remove 99% of 6 different types of pollutants in just 1 hour:
- Cigarette Smoke
- Dust (like airborne micro-dust)
- Particulate Matter (like PM 2.5 and PM 10)
- Air Borne Bacteria (similar to Tuberculosis and Conjunctivitis)
- Air Borne Virus (similar to H1N1 and Influenza)
- Allergens (Pollen, Mold Spores, Dust Mites and Pet Dander)
Pureit air purifiers also comes with ‘Air Quality Indicator’ which uses sensors to detect the pollutants in your room every 2 sec and displays them. Don’t worry about the operational cost as the Power consumption of Pureit Air Purifier is as low as a ceiling fan. Making the use of Pureit Air Purifier is surely going to be a good decision and will result in a healthy future.