Indoor air quality refers to the quality of air within and around buildings and structures. It is 10 times more harmful than the outdoor air, which can cause several problems like shortness of breath, coughing & sneezing, asthma, eyes and throat infections, and many others. Though the level of indoor air pollution is increasing day by day, you can take some necessary steps to stop it and these are like having proper ventilation in your room, keeping your home dust-free, and even adding a HEPA air purifier. Read the infographic to know how indoor air quality can be harmful to your health.
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