TSLS Consumer Guide

Health benefits of having an air purifier

You may have heard of air purifiers before or seen one in use, but you could be wondering, should I be using one? What exactly is an air purifier used for, other than the obvious use that the name suggests, and is it beneficial to your health? Is it just something that is used for paranoid or OCD people or are there benefits that you may not even know about?


Air purifiers not only help to keep your home smelling better, but they actually do help in in keeping your home’s air clean. This is especially beneficial to the health of people who may suffer from respiratory and breathing problems that cannot be in dusty areas as it causes their illnesses to act up. It is also beneficial for anyone’s health, whether they suffer from asthma or allergies or not.

Here are some reasons why having an air purifier may be beneficial to your health:

The things we use, the contaminants in the air, the smoke from the fireplace, or cooking fumes; everything has the potential to affect our breathing and our health, even if we do not realize it. An air purifier gets rid of these toxins for us.

Have you ever heard the saying, the flu is in the air? It can actually be a close-to-accurate statement as there are many bacteria that can be airborne and that can be contagious for you in this way. An air purifier ensures that this bacterium doesn’t come near you.

The air we breathe has a high impact on our health and it is no wonder why those who live in places with more pollution or even just in a dustier home are prone to more respiratory problems and health risks.


While those who have asthma should most definitely look into air purifiers for their homes as it can make a world of difference to the quantity of asthma attacks, anyone who would like to keep their air clean from germs and bacteria and prevent health problems happening should look into one as well. Another factor using an air purifier is fresher air that smells better and who doesn’t want to not only breathe better, but also live in a fresh-smelling home?