Indoor air pollution is underestimated

It is no exaggeration that all kinds of complaints, such as headaches, irritation to eyes and bronchi, loss of concentration and tiredness, may be the result of exposure to indoor air pollution.

Measurements show that the air in offices, schools, hospitals, clubs and restaurants, etc., is often more polluted than the air outside. In the indoor air float millions of invisible harmful particles, including dust and micro-organisms such as bacteria, viruses and fungi, pollen, hairs, aerosols and tobacco smoke. When you realize that on an average, one spends 90% of the time indoors, it’s quite disturbing really!