Sleep, focus, allergies, and overall health can all be affected by poor indoor air quality. Even though indoor air pollution does not appear to be as harmful as outdoor pollution, it is still a major concern. Many people with allergies stay indoors when the outside air is full of pollen and spores, so allergy prevention begins at home.

But is indoor air quality safe? Indoor air quality can be filtered in several ways, and there are technologies available to assist with this. Continue reading to learn how improved indoor air quality can help allergy sufferers.