How Bipolar Ionization can affect our Health
Healthy air plays a crucial role in our health. Based on the research, people that are more exposed in areas with high air pollution had more depression and respiratory illness.
We usually thought that air pollution comes from smoke of large factories and vehicles. But according to EPA, there are plenty sources of air pollution. Fuel-burning like kerosene, wood and coal, building materials and furnishing like installation of floor, upholstery and carpet are the most reason of indoor air pollution. In addition, poor ventilation, high temperature and humidity can increase the concentration level of indoor pollutants in the area.
People that are exposed to air pollution are categorized by two: Short-term and long-term. Short-term effects includes, illness like pneumonia or bronchitis, irritation to the nose, throat, eyes or skin. It might also cause headaches, dizziness and nausea. While long-term effects that last for years or even lifetime includes, lung cancer, respiratory diseases, nerves brain damage and deaths. Nearly 2.5 million people die worldwide each year from the effect of outdoor and indoor air pollution.
How Bipolar Ionization can reduce the Risk
Bipolar Ionization first introduced in the US in the late 1970s to control pathogens in food manufacturing. It was used during SARS outbreak on 2004 as well as recent outbreaks of MERS and NoroVirus and various strains of influenza.
Also, Bipolar Ionization are believed to produced biochemical reactions that increase levels of the mood chemical serotonin, helping to alleviate depression, relieve stress, and boost once they reach our bloodstream.
Today, we are not only facing air pollution but also COVID-19 outbreak and this can remain airborne longer than previously thought. Using Bipolar Ionization you are not only breathing a clean air but also a healthy air. Our company is the exclusive Philippine distributor of Plasma Air, a US company. We have purified over 500,000 sqm indoor air all over the country.
“In the past, improving indoor air quality was often times viewed as a luxury. Now it needs to be views as essential.” – Larry Sunshine, President of Plasma Air a Bipolar Ionization Company