The healthier the air, the less Particulate matter (PM). This we all know. But what can we do about it?
What is PM and why should I care?
PM is a range of particles of dust, dirt, and liquids that become suspended in the air. Some of these particles are large enough to see, like smoke, smog, or soot, but the most harmful are smaller, invisible particles1. Fine particles (PM2.5) can get deep into lungs and some may even get into the bloodstream2.
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How to reduce PM levels indoors
Small changes around your home and to your habits can help you improve levels indoors. That is why we have compiled our handy infographic with top 5 tips to help improve your PM levels! Save it, print it or post it, and you'll know how to reduce your PM levels easily. Rest easy knowing you are breathing in safe and healthy air.