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Healthy air for healthier lungs

Many say the most dangerous enemies are those we don’t see. In fact, if we are scared of going out because of air pollution, there are probabilities that the air inside our homes may be polluted as well, probably more polluted. It would be difficult to know for there are no tell-tale signs of the presence of microscopic air pollutants like dust, pollen, allergens, bacteria, even the coronavirus, that are invisible and impossible for the human eye to see while they are in the air.

Indoor air quality is a must in every home or even office since hazardous elements like carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, the total volatile organic compounds (TVOCs) and particulate matter below 2.5 μm (PM₂.₅) in the air can wreak havoc in your respiratory system. The air we breathe today will most certainly have an impact on our lungs since it is the first human organ inside our body that air will come into contact with.

Research suggests that long-term exposure to air pollution can contribute to the development of some lung conditions. There’s good evidence that air pollution contributes to lung cancer, and it’s possible that long-term exposure to air pollution is linked to the development of asthma

Breathing feeds oxygen to every cell in the body. Without sufficient oxygen, people are more prone to health problems, including respiratory illnesses, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and even heart disease.

Every cell in your body needs oxygen in order to live. The air we breathe contains oxygen and other gases. Know the air you breathe with uHoo!

Find out what makes indoor air unhealthy
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Did you know that the maximum amount of air your lungs can hold—your total lung capacity—is about 6 liters? That is about three large soda bottles! The air that we breathe each day has a massive impact on our lungs, the first internal organ it comes in contact with.

Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns. uHoo is a device that can monitor the quality of the air you breathe by collecting and sending 9 air data indicators straight to your smartphone, in real time.

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