While there is still no cure for the common cold, there are ways to reduce your risk of catching this virus and to avoid winter illnesses in general. For example, drinking enough water, eating a healthy diet, and consuming plenty of vitamins will all help keep your immune system strong. In addition, you can take steps to keep germs to a minimum in your home or business by keeping your space clean and sanitizing the surfaces regularly. On top of that, you can use air purifiers to remove pathogens from the air and neutralize them, reducing the risk of airborne infection.
- Air Purifiers Kill Germs – Air purifiers are designed to filter even the tiniest bacteria and viruses out of your indoor air supply and then neutralize them. Most purification systems can catch particles as small as 0.3 microns across—to put that into perspective, three microns is the same as three ten-thousandths (0.0003) of a millimeter. With an air purification system constantly filtering out and zapping airborne germs, you are far less likely to get sick.
- Air Quality Affects the Immune System – Air purifiers also help support your immune system by filtering out other airborne pollutants that might otherwise weaken it. For example, our air purifiers also remove allergens such as dust and pet dander, and they remove particles of car exhaust and other sources of air pollution. This raises the overall quality of your air supply, which helps you breathe easier.