How Can Air Quality Affect Your Mental Health?
When outdoor and indoor air is polluted with particulate matter (PM), the negative effects on our bodies are not just physical. For years, experts have known that air pollution worsens allergies and the symptoms of asthma. However, polluted air affects mental health, too. This is why keeping your indoor air free of pollutants is extremely important. What’s worse is that children are more vulnerable to different kinds of particulate matter because they take in more air per unit of body weight. Whether it is from vehicle exhaust or windblown dust, the negative effects on our brains can range from mild...View Article Continue Reading