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I have a chronic illness which means that I spend most of my time at home with my pet dachshund.
One of the symptoms of my illness is sensitivity to house dust mites, grass pollen, pet dander and mould.
Any of these allergens can make me sneeze and cough and feel more unwell, putting stress on my immune system.
I have the WINIX P150 Smart Air Purifier in my bedroom to keep the air as clear as possible.
It definitely reacts when it detects chemicals or pet hair by increasing the flow of pure air into the room.
The green and red lights on the visual display show you the level of air quality in the room which is really helpful - it’s surprising how much it can vary.
The unit itself is easy to move around and the automatic night setting makes it quiet when I’m sleeping and it doesn’t disturb me.
This is important for me as I suffer from insomnia!
It’s a nice feeling that the air you are breathing in is pure and safe.
M&S Delivery driver refused to deliver due a bad smelling home and deemed it as a health and safety risk.
Air pollutions hits the headlines again today on the BBC News channels. Already four global cities are banning diesel cars by 2025 as all-diesel powered vehicles have come under great scrutiny.
According to the World Health Organisation three million deaths are caused by air pollution.
Health and wellbeing is a vital consideration and the air we breathe inside our homes and workplaces is just as crucial. Air purifiers are increasingly becoming popular to clean our air.
BBC headline news today sees a controversial council claim that removing speed bumps will in fact contribute more to saving lives through reduced air pollution: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-38156778. A strong statement indeed.
This is certainly something to consider because improved air quality is just as important inside a building or home as outside, with regard to health and well being aspects, especially in the wintery cold and flu season.
Take a look at our great range of Winix air purifiers that boost air quality in your office or work space. Start using one now and beat the bugs before Christmas!
"Data from NHS Digital shows there were 29,544 hospital admissions in 2015-16 for allergic reactions."