For a Healthier Tomorrow

Every year on April 7th, the World Health Organization (WHO) creates a theme to bring light to growing health issues in the world. For this year's World Health Day, the WHO has set forward "Our Planet, Our Health," an initiative to better the world by bringing awareness to keeping our planet—and the people within it— healthy. 

Among the issues highlighted are air pollution/worsening air quality, rising temperatures, and the health risks posed to people from each. 

Exposure to poor air quality can cause adverse health effects.


Climate & Clean Air Coalition Video sourced from the World Health Organization:

The WHO encourages individuals to take steps forward to improve air pollution, such as biking to work or using public transport, using renewable energy sources, and improving the homes and buildings we live and work in to make them more energy efficient.

It's also important to keep your air quality at it's best indoors. Take more control of your daily IAQ (indoor air quality) in your home or office with an air purifier. In cases of water leaks, or wet floors, walls, or carpeting, invest in a drying fan, use a bath fan for humidity ventilation, or contact a flood remediation company in instances of severe flooding to keep unhealthy bacteria and mold from growing out of control. For larger, commercial buildings, create an airflow path with an exhaust fan to exhaust stale or humid air for a fresher space. 


Exposure to a hot environment for a long period of time can lead to heat stress and heat stroke.


Summer is fast approaching and with it, even hotter weather than before. These ever-rising temperatures as we go about our daily activities can put our bodies at risk for heat stress and heat stroke. Working and exercising increases our heart rates, expands blood vessels, and causes sweating to keep our temperature under control. When that isn't enough, and our body temperature rises, people may experience headaches, confusion, tiredness, and even vomiting according to this video from the WHO. With exposure to heat above 104°F (40°C), heat stroke can occur which increases the risk of hospitalization, organ failure, and death. 

Help keep the heat at bay with an air cooler, which works using water evaporation to lower the ambient air temperature surrounding you for effective cooling. 


Maxx Air is always working towards better products to help people in every community live safe, healthy lives. We'd love to hear your plans for creating a healthier tomorrow for World Health Day:

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