You're probably told to stay indoors if you are suffering from flu, asthma or allergies.
But you may also go into a fresh air too.
"The significant increase in asthma and allergy in the past decades is likely to be associated with a poorer indoor climate. During the winter, especially young children live much more inside you out, but we know that they are easier and more infected with viral and bacterial diseases. There is a connection here. Often, the indoor air can be much more polluted than the air outdoors, says & # 39 ; r doctor Kjell Vaage.
He has recorded well that poor indoor climate can exacerbate asthma plague and allergic sufferers.
The incidence of these diseases increases, and research shows that the causes of the increase are increasingly linked to external and internal environmental factors, according to the Asthma and Norwegian Allergy Society.
The case is under way under the picture.
"During the winter months we're going in, the same thing causes pests such as mice and rats. In addition, we know that a mushroom and lace event in residential homes often increases during This season. Studies show that living in a damp and mold building over time causes more risk of asthma development, and can also lead to more respiratory, coughing and chest pibing in the chest, "he said. Øyvind Sets at Forsikring Frog.
There are various infectious diseases associated with indoor climate mainly affecting respiratory and mucous membrane in the nose and throat region. It causes common disorders such as cold and flu.
Molding is one of the worst sources of indoor pollution.
"It's a special part of the transition between the autumn and cold winter wet weather that the barrage thrives. We do not like it, but the indoor air is being affect it. If you do not have a bag, it will turn a health problem to everyone living in the house, says Setnes.
Condom molds are most common, but all molds can be prevented by good prevention. The key words here are to keep the surfaces clean and dry and ensure that the moisture can not accumulate anywhere.
Good advice for a good indoor climate:
- 1. Come out twice a day for 15 minutes. It does not stop opening a window, you have to open windows on each end of the house. Then the moisture increases and the temperature is reduced, which in turn causes dipping dust to be heavier and lying on the floor. In addition to using the fan extract, you should also have an open window when cooking. This is to avoid water vapor and gas.
- 2. Keep constant indoor temperatures in each room at 21 degrees. Do not turn off heat in the rooms that you do not use. What can happen is that the surfaces become cold and create condensation in combination with moisture. The resulting water can lead to mold quickly. Particularly important is to have a temperature of 18-21 degrees in the bedroom as we make some moisture as we sleep.
- 3. Do not put indoor drying garments if possible. Water vapor is one of the worst for the climate in your home. Moisture can lead to limbs, which is the main concern in indoor climate, which can improve asthma and respiratory distress. If you need to hang clothes to dry under indoor, it is recommended to do this in a bathroom with a hood.
- 4. Avoid getting large furniture directly against cold outside walls. Where dog air and heat meet, it should be a good circular and air circular. Otherwise, condensation will develop, which can eventually develop molding. We recommend clearance of at least 5-10 cm between furniture and cold external walls.
- 5. Provide documents, especially if you are a tenant. In some cases one may require landlords to make improvements, and in the extreme result there may be a requirement to terminate the lease. This applies to homes where it has been shown to be dangerous to live and nothing is done to correct the conditions. (Source: Insurance Insurance)