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May is World Asthma Awareness Month

This period marks a peak season for those with asthma and allergies and provides an ideal opportunity to educate patients, families, friends, co-workers, and others about these conditions.

Currently, approximately 300 million people worldwide suffer from asthma, with its prevalence increasing by 50% every decade. Air pollution is a major contributor to this alarming trend.

It’s important to note that air pollution occurs not only outdoors but indoors as well. During World Asthma Awareness Month, we want to highlight that indoor air quality is within our control. Everyone has the power to ensure healthy indoor air for their homes, safeguarding their families. Likewise, entrepreneurs and top managers can provide high-quality air for their employees. Considering we spend about 90% of our time either at work or at home, improving indoor air quality significantly contributes to health.

Here are essential steps to ensure high indoor air quality:

  • Provide ventilation to prevent mold, remove stuffy air, and improve the CO2/O2 ratio.
  • Use filters to ensure that the incoming air is free from pollutants and allergens.
  • Maintain a healthy level of relative humidity for optimal conditions.

The first step to improving air quality should be monitoring. We always start working with our customers by monitoring the current situation in the building. Then based on the data we implement only the necessary solutions to improve air quality.

Modern technology enables us to ensure healthy indoor environments. Additionally, Airvoice, among other developers, is dedicated to creating solutions that effectively balance high air quality with energy efficiency.

We are committed to developing and implementing comprehensive air quality management solutions — in buildings, businesses, and across cities. We hope our efforts significantly enhance the quality of life for communities.

We sincerely wish health and clean air to you and your loved ones!