For every parent, the health and safety of their babies are their top priorities in life. Wrapping their babies in a security net, no matter how costly, is well worth it knowing that their baby is safe.
So when you come across an overzealous parent who owns the latest air purifier in the market that retails for more than what you would spend on your monthly car payment, is it worth it? The answer may surprise you.
Should I Use an Air Purifier in My Baby’s Room?
Studies have shown that the air inside the home often contains higher concentrations of hazardous chemicals than air outside. High concentrations of chemicals within the home originate from cleaning products, smokers in the home, pets that shed fur and dander, and airborne chemicals, such as VOCs (volatile organic compound) and off-gassing from furniture and appliances.
Children breathe in 50 percent more air per pound of body weight than adults do. That is why minimizing chemicals and toxins in your home is so important. With clean indoor air, common symptoms caused by indoor pollutants, such as itchy eyes, headaches, sore throat and dizziness can decrease.
Of course, many steps can be taken to prevent indoor air pollution and decrease the need for an air purifier in the baby’s room.
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