Home Health Care In A Box
The cost of health care continues to rise with much of the higher costs in prescription medicines and hospital treatments. We continue to see more “preventative” ideas for improving your health as you age. It is no surprise that your life style has significant impact on your short-term and long-term health. Excessive drinking, high fat food contents, smoking, lack of exercise and stress are all contributors to affecting your health.
However, one of the other areas that we continue to sweep aside but has a very significant impact on our lives is…the air we breathe. We ingest thousands of sub-micron airborne particles every day and they come from a wide variety of areas. Grasses, pollen, ragweed, un-burned hydrocarbons, heavy metals, inorganic compounds, soot, dirt and finely ground animal particles.
Pure Air Systems has been around since 1985 making HEPA based air filtration systems for the residential, commercial, medical, institutional and industrial markets. These systems remove a very high percentage of harmful airborne particulate in any environment. Over the past 32 years we have been able to show that there is a direct correlation between living in a filtered environment and the reduction of respiratory dysfunctions, allergies and certain skin irritation issues.
Ingestion of harmful airborne particulate is also dependent upon where you live in the U.S. The Midwest has a more stagnant air problem with a lot of particulate coming from fossil fuel (coal fired ) power plants and the industrial complex. The coastal areas tend to get more fresh air as the ocean breezes bring in clean air from the oceans. This is especially true in State like Florida and California.
Use of air filtration in your home and office can help reduce medical costs as they help reduce the potential for health problems directly tied to the air you breathe.
For more information on the complete line of HEPA and Carbon based filtration systems please go to our website at: https://www.pureairsystems.com or call us on our toll-free number at: 800-869-8025.