What is clean air?
Even though no single global standard for clean air exists, there are many different definitions of clean air.
The air quality outdoors varies depending on emissions from industries nearby, traffic exhaust and local regulation.
Indoors, the air can be two to five times more polluted than the air outside according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Studies show that breathing clean air can contribute to your health and well-being.
Using a Blueair air purifier that removes airborne pollutants can go a long way toward helping you breathe healthier.
The health risks of bad air
What you don't see can actually hurt you, and air pollution is a major risk to your health.
By breathing cleaner air, the World Health Organization states that you can reduce the risk of:
Stroke, heart disease, lung cancer and respiratory diseases such as asthma.
An air purifier from Blueair removes airborne pollutants and thereby greatly reduces the health effects associated with breathing bad indoor air.