Why use an air purifier?
Clean air is something we all take for granted, yet at the same time something many people don’t take the necessary steps to ensure. Yet clean air is vital to our health and wellbeing. A quick internet search for:
”air pollution” and ”asthma”
”air pollution” and ”respiratory disease”
”air pollution” and ”cardiovascular disease”
”air pollution” and ”insomnia”
will soon reveal the connection between air pollution and a myriad of health problems. The scientific community and the WHO both affirm that airborne pollutants have a negative impact on health. Yet here’s the thing. We spend an average of 90% of our time indoors, yet air pollution enters our homes and offices via ventilation, not to mention the toxic emissions given off by furniture, electronics and the building itself. In actual fact, researchers suggest the air indoors is between 10 – 100 times more polluted than the air outside.
Using an ultra-efficient Livsdal air purifier allows you to create a safe, pollution-free space for you, your family and your colleagues.
Maximise your recovery during sleep
Sleep is our most important recovery system. With the average human taking around 7000 breaths every night, you want to make each one count. By drastically improving the air in your bedroom, the Livsdal 7 filter system aids a restful and revitalising sleep, enhances night-time recovery and leads to better overall health. And while we believe the bedroom or child’s nursery is the most efficient place for your Livsdal, feel free to place it anywhere you’d like to enjoy clean, crisp and dust-free air.
Clean air has been linked to better concentration and improved performance, so a premium Livsdal air purifier could be one of the best investments your business ever makes. Quiet and environmentally efficient, Livsdal introduces cool, contemporary design as well as healthy clean air. It subtly enhances the overall look of your office or small commercial space. And it can significantly improve the overall health of your employees.
Relieve the symptoms of respiratory problems
Question: How many of Livsdal’s competitors can match the capability to capture particulate matter down to PM 2.5, ultra fine particulate matter UFP 0.1, and the smallest and most dangerous emissions including nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, ozone, formaldehyde and other volatile organic compounds?
If you suffer from asthma or chronic respiratory diseases, air pollution will exacerbate your symptoms as you undoubtedly already know. Children and the elderly are especially vulnerable.
Many people fail to realise that air pollution may actually prevent sleep. For example, air pollution has been linked with breathing problems which may in turn contribute to an erratic sleep cycle. In removing unrivalled quantities of impurities from the air in your bedroom, Livsdal can play a part in helping you to breathe more easily and avoid sleep-maintenance insomnia.
The link between air pollution and cancer
Air pollution can increase the risk of cancer. For example, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), operating under the World Health Organisation (WHO) has classified diesel engine exhaust as carcinogenic.
Air pollution and sleep apnoea
Air pollution increases the risk of sleep-disordered breathing, including sleep apnea – in which breathing stops briefly during sleep.
The link between air pollution and heart disease
Air pollution has been implicated in the exacerbation of heart disease, lung disease and stroke for a number of years. Recent research has now linked particles from vehicle and industrial pollution with an inflammatory process that triggers heart disease and stroke. Studies also show a strong link between air pollution and both hospital admissions and premature deaths for respiratory and cardiovascular diseases.