Women have smaller blood vessels than men, creating unique problems when it comes to their cardiovascular health. While breathing polluted air may be hazardous to both men and women’s health, the problem may be more severe for women. Read more about how Alen Air Purifiers can improve your indoor air, as well as benefit your cardiovascular system.
A study published by the New England Journal of Medicine found air pollution in urban environments to be directly linked to pulmonary and coronary heart disease in women. While breathing polluted indoor air can be hazardous for men and women’s heart health, with their smaller blood vessels, women may be more susceptible to breathing these indoor pollutants deep into their respiratory systems. A build-up of microscopic airborne particles can cause inflammation and may lead to potential to heart disease or even stroke. Air purifiers can help eliminate these potentially hazardous particles from indoor air, preventing women from breathing them.
The EPA notes indoor air quality to be on average 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air, recommending the use of air purifiers for the home and workplace. Using Alen Air Purifiers throughout your home and office can remove at least 90 percent of these indoor air pollutants. By removing up to 99% of airborne pollutants with Alen Air Purifiers, you may help reduce your risk of lung inflammation, heart disease and stroke in women.
Air purifiers can help reduce the dangers poor air quality can create for your heart health, as well as provide treatment for asthma and allergy sufferers. If you would like to learn more about air purifiers for the home, visit our Air Purifiers Product page. Also, access our Product Advisor page to help you decide which Alen Air Purifiers may benefit you best.
Does this information apply to you? Interested in Alen Air Purifiers to help with indoor air quality? Call an Alen Air Quality Specialist 800-630-2396 to help your remove allergens and pollutants from your air now.