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Why do you need an Air Purifier in your Singapore Home
By Gerald Peck 3/9/2017 5:45 PM

The air outside might be frightful, but if you hurry into your home thinking that you can breathe a sigh of relief, think again. The same air that’s outside is inside your home too. Even in countries with cleaner air, you’ll still find lots of unwanted items coming into your lungs like mold, mildew, allergens, dander, pollen, and more.


It’s never a bad idea anywhere you live to invest in an air purifier for your Singapore home. Here are 6 things an air purifier is good for.


1. Reduces snoring

Does someone in your family snore? One of the leading causes of snoring is clogged nasal passages. Debris accumulates on your air filters, ducts, and heating coils and it all gets back into your nose. Changing the air filters monthly is important to keep this to a minimum, but using an air purifier will further clear the air and lead to easier breathing.


2. Stabilizes glucose levels

Research has shown a direct link between dirty air and increased glucose intolerance. If someone in your family has Type 2 Diabetes, an air purifier can help them stabilize their glucose levels.


3. Tames illnesses and prevents spreading of germs

This is especially important if you have children. Have you ever had one come home sick from school and spent the next few days waiting for your other children to get sick? Using an air purifier will help get the germs out of the air and reduce the chances for anyone else in your home to become infected.


4. Soothes breathing disorders

From asthma to emphysema, those with lung disorders are affected most by the pollutants in the air. Air purifiers help cleanse the air and make it easier for people with these diseases to breathe.


5. Removes stale air

In air-conditioned places like offices, stale air in the home is a very common problem. Who in their right mind would open the windows in the office environment? But changing the air is necessary because it gets stale and stuffy, and it’s loaded with pollutants. Instead of opening the windows and letting the heat out, use an air purifier. As a bonus, it adds humidity back into the air so the heated air isn’t so damaging and drying to your skin.


6. Reduces contaminants from bad air sources

Do you have a fireplace? We know you do not have but at times Indonesia has a huge fireplace that contributes to the HAZE in Singapore. Wood comes from trees. And trees are not infallible to mold and spores that may be embedded deep within them. Fire releases the spores, and the smoke also gets into your air. Very bad for your lungs indeed.

There are many reasons to use an air purifier. If you’ve been feeling ill lately, have allergies, live with pets, or just desire fresher air, get an air purifier and start breathing easier today.


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