The average American spends 90% of their time indoors. Think about it. You wake up in the morning in your bed you're inside your house. You leave your house and get in your car. You get out of the car and enter your workplace . After several hours, you leave to go back home, go shopping, go to a restaurant or other indoor places. The majority of your day is spent indoors making you one of the many average Americans exposed to disease-causing organisms.

What's more, the people most susceptible to the effects of poor IAQ usually spend even more time indoors. These people include infants, the elderly and critically ill.

Complaints about IAQ range from simple complaints, such as the air smelling odd, to more complex complaints where poor air quality results in illness and absence from school and work. Identifying a single reason for these complaints is often difficult due to the number and variety of possible sources, causes, and individual sensitivities.

Indoor air pollutants fall into three main categories:

Particulates - Over 99% of particulate matter is invisible to the naked eye and easily infiltrates the lungs. On average, every cubic foot of untreated indoor air contains 20 million particles. With today's air quality contamination problems, filtered air purification technology is no longer adequate to make our air safe to breathe.

Microbes - Includes three major types of organisms: bacteria, protozoa, and fungi/mold. Most of these contaminants rely on a humid and moist environment for growth & survival. Some molds produce certain chemicals, such as mycotoxins and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). Today's superbugs like MRSA and the H1N1 virus, are a major concern and threaten the safety of millions of people around the globe. Sophisticated technology like advanced PCO using a nano-catalyst may be our best defense against the proliferation of these potentially deadly pathogens.

Gases & Odors - Indoor gases, such as benzene, formaldehyde, and hydrogen sulfide, are released into the air from furniture, carpets, hair sprays, cleaning chemicals, insulation, and pesticides. Gases include VOCs which evaporate into the air easily. Odors are often composed of VOCs or other gases. Recent studies show the effectiveness of PCO technology, using UV and hydrated catalytic technology to break down VOCs and render them harmless.

Should we worry about indoor air quality? The contaminants mentioned above may be present in our homes and buildings, and they are harmful to our health. How do we remove these contaminants from the air we breathe? The answer may be as simple using an Ion Oasis Air Sanifier® by LifesMiracle in your home or office!

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