You probably were told to stay indoors, if you have flu symptoms, you have asthma or allergies.
But you may also need to enter the fresh air.
"A significant increase in asthma and allergies in recent decades is probably associated with a worse internal climate. In particular, young children live much more indoors than in the winter, while we know that they become easier and more infectious with viral and bacterial diseases. Often air in the air can be much more polluted than outdoor air, says Dr. Kjell Vaage.
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It is well documented that a bad indoor climate can aggravate human asthma and allergic patients.
The incidence of these diseases is increasing and research suggests that the causes of the increase are increasingly associated with environmental factors in the open and indoors, according to the Norwegian Asthma and Allergy Association.
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"In the winter months we enter, the same applies to pests such as mice and rats. In addition, we know that the occurrence of mushrooms and molds in residential homes is often increased during this season. Studies show that life in the wet and dancing building over time causes greater the risk of asthma and can also cause worse respiratory infections, cough and chest tube, "says Øyvind Setnes in Tryg Forsikring.
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The various infectious diseases associated with the inner climate affect mainly respiratory and mucous membranes in the nasal and throat region. This causes common diseases, such as colds and flu.
One of the worst sources of contamination in indoor conditions is design.
"Especially in the passage between the wet autumn weather and the winter cold with which the mold works. We do not like this, which affects the indoor air. If you do not get a jug, it will turn into a health problem for everyone living in the house , says Setnes.
Condom molds are the most common, but all forms can be prevented by good prevention. The keywords here are that the surfaces are clean and dry, and make sure that no moisture can accumulate.
Good advice for a good indoor climate:
- 1. Rinse twice a day for 15 minutes. It does not stop opening windows, open windows at all ends of the house. Then the humidity increases and the temperature drops down, which causes the turbulent powder to become heavier and place on the floor. In addition to using the extractor fan, you must have an open window when cooking. This is to avoid water vapor and gas.
- 2. Store in all rooms a stable room temperature of 21 degrees. Do not turn off heat in rooms that you do not use. What happens is that the surfaces become cold and create condensation in combination with moisture. Water that appears can quickly lead to mold. Especially important is that in the bedroom we have a temperature of 18-21 degrees, because actually we do some moisture when we sleep.
- 3. Avoid placing the clothes, if possible, in a dry place. Water vapor is one of the worst for the climate in your home. Humidity can lead to mold, which is a major problem when it comes to an indoor climate that can strengthen asthma and respiratory distress. If you need to hang the dry clothes in indoors, it is advisable to do so in the hooded bathroom.
- 4. Avoid large furniture directly against cold outside walls. Where cold and warm air is to be met, there must be airy and good circulation of air. Otherwise, condensation will develop, which can eventually develop into design. We recommend at least 5-10 cm of space between furniture and cold outside walls.
- 5. Provide documentation, especially if you are a tenant. In some cases, they may require landlords to make improvements, and in the extreme, they may be required to cancel the lease. This applies to homes where it has been proven to be life-threatening, and nothing has been done to correct the conditions. (Source: insurance for insurance)