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Indoor microclimate and its impact on human health


The internal balance of the human body largely depends on external conditions. The microclimate of the room in which a person stays for a long time plays a significant role in the formation of immunity, performance, the ability to comfortably rest and relax. The state of the internal environment of a building can not only have a fruitful effect on human health, but also have a negative impact. Thus, the longer we stay in an unventilated room, the more it affects the functioning of our body.


Hygienic requirements for the microclimate of premises imply that the air in the house, as the basis of our life, should be "fresh", without unpleasant odors, mobile and humid. To a large extent, these indicators depend on ventilation and ventilation systems. In poorly ventilated rooms, air makes breathing difficult and becomes a factor that worsens human health.


In the cold season, the optimal air speed in the room is 0.1-0.3 m / s. Large numbers cause a draft in the house and are not very pleasant. Smaller indicators create stale air, which is also unpleasant: you want to open the window and get some fresh air.


It is quite difficult to independently determine the quality composition of the air in the house. Here it is more worth focusing on your own feelings. So, you yourself can tell whether the air in your house is suffocating or fresh, it smells pleasant or not. To improve air quality indicators, it is necessary to have an effective ventilation system and regularly ventilate the room.


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