Indoor climate and our health and well-being
Over thousands of years our human needs within the indoor environment have changed, however what our body requires has remained the same.
If our bodies and minds aren’t getting what they need this can result in a whole range of complications and when it comes to the quality of the indoor environment - the air we breathe is often underestimated.
A poor indoor climate can bring about short term impacts such as headaches and drowsiness, and if not addressed can lead to longer term implications such as illness, disease and reduced well-being.Find out more
Our bodies and minds react to the indoor climate
There are so many factors that impact how we feel when we spend time indoors, and our body can react to these factors in different ways.
Temperature and humidity can cause us to have dry eyes, or a sore throat, feel tired or feel too cold or hot: too much or not enough of either can have negative impacts. Getting the balance right can really help us to function well while we are indoors.
Being in a space that is poorly ventilated can also produce long term effects within our body: airborne dieseases are spread more easily and we can develop respiratory problems.Read more