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Dyson and pollution in the summer: advice from scientist Mike Maric

How does climate change affect thepollution and how do the effects of pollutants in summer? To try to alleviate at least a little the effects of heat, and pollution in the summer, Dyson asked the breath scientist Mike Maric to share 6 simple tips. Let’s find out all the details together.

Dyson and pollution in the summer: advice from scientist Mike Maric

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It is known that in hot periods there is a tendency to consume more energy for air conditioning homes and offices thus increasing harmful emissions. Consequently it increases pollution by fine and non-fine dust. All this is also due to fires, much more frequent in summer and to weather forecast summer (high pressure, high solar radiation, high temperature) which affect the distribution and on the composition of pollutants in the air.

To these elements are then added the physiological adaptations of the human body and various daily habits such as Open windowswhich let a greater amount of smog into indoor environments than in winter.

High temperatures lead to aintensification also in the production of pollenclassically in the months of April, May and also June.

We know well how the urban areas seem particularly affected byrising temperatures. The phenomenon is real and experts call it “Heat island”. This happens because theasphalt and the different building materials with which the buildings are built hinder the perspiration and the nocturnal heat loss accumulated during the day. Also there little ventilation reduces heat exchange, to which is added the higher concentration of fine particles and ozone.

Mike Maric’s advice

  • Don’t keep the windows open constantly. Also, keep the air conditioning temperature between 22° e i 24°C;
  • To reduce home exposure a powders, cigarette smoke, candles or incensewhich can worsen respiratory symptoms;
  • Check the status of cleaning of the different filters;
  • Get an air purifier or humidifier: humidity control in indoor spaces causes fewer unwanted effects in the people who are inside the environment, because it lightens the air without cooling it;
  • Drink little but consistentlyabout every 15 minutes, water at room temperature;
  • Check your breathing: try to breathe through the nose, slowly and control the respiratory rate.
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