You said you should be at home if you suffer from influenza, asthma, or allergies.
But maybe you should be in the fresh air.
"Significant increases in asthma and allergy over the past decade may be associated with a much worse covered climate. In the winter, especially in small children, there is much more than outside, but we know they are infected with viral and bacterial infections and even more. Here is a link. Kjell Vaage, a physician, says: "In most cases, air may be more airborne than air.
A poorly closed climate can have a negative impact on people suffering from asthma and allergy.
The frequency of these diseases is rising and, according to the Norwegian Association of Asthmatics and Allergy, the causes of growth are frequently associated with outdoor and indoor environmental factors.
The case is under way.
"In the winter months we enter, just like pests for mice and rats. Moreover, we know about the appearance of mushrooms and molds in these houses in this season. Research has shown that living in a moist and smiling building increases the risk of asthma development and leads to chest infections, coughing and tuberculosis, "said Øyvind Setnes of Tryg Forsikring.
Various infectious diseases associated with the internal climate affect respiration and mucous membranes, especially in the nose and in the food area. It produces cold and flu common diseases.
One of the worst sources of inner pollution fills.
"This is especially the transition from wet autumn weather and cream to the growing cold winter. We do not like it, but it affects the inner air. If you do not get a cup, it will become healthier for everybody living in the house, "says Setnes.
Condensate forms are widespread, but all patterns are prevented by good precaution. Make sure that the surfaces are clean and dry, and that the moisture can not be gathered anywhere.
Good advice for good closed climate:
- 1. Twice a day for 15 minutes. The window opens, and windows have to be opened all over the house. Then the humidity increases and the temperature drops, which, in turn, affects dust and spills on the floor. Along with the addition of the extractor fan you need to have an open window. This is to avoid vapors and gas.
- 2. Keep all the rooms in a constant temperature of 21 degrees Celsius. Do not remove heat from the unused room as the surfaces become cold and moisture condensates. It quickly creates water. The bedroom temperature is 18 to 21 degrees Celsius, because we are actually moistening when we are asleep.
- 3. If possible, cover the inside of the dryer. Water vapor is the worst kind of climate in your home. Moisture may cause mildew, which is a major problem with the main climate, which can increase the risk of asthma and respiratory problems. If you need to dry your clothes home, it is recommended to do it with a pump in the bathroom.
- 4. Do not direct the large furniture directly from the cold wall. Where cool and warm air is encountered, it needs air and air circulation. Otherwise, condensation develops and may eventually flood. At least 5-10 cm of space between the exterior walls of the furniture and cold.
- 5. Specify your documents, especially if you are a lessee. In some cases, homeowners may require improvements and, as a result, may require a rental. It has shown that it is dangerous to live and relates to homes that have nothing to improve the situation. (Source: Insurance Coverage)