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Wildfires decrease air quality in Albuquerque

The recent outburst of wildfires in Arizona and New Mexico has created cause for concern. According to New Mexico Business Weekly, an extended health alert has been issued for Albuquerque due to smoke from May 24 to May 27.

The Environmental Health Department’s Air Quality Division claims southwest winds, a normal air pattern for the area, are expected to move smoke and particulate pollution into Albuquerque and its surrounding area. Experts recommend spending time indoors in a building with an appropriate filtration system.

Homeowners concerned about the negative health impacts of air pollution can invest in a high-quality home air purifier. Fine particulate matter caused by wild fires can potentially cause coughing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, nausea and light-headedness. In addition, it can exasperate existing respiratory conditions.

Children, the elderly and those with pre-existing lung conditions such as asthma, are particularly susceptible to the negative health effects. Protect your family with IQAir HealthPro Plus HEPA Air Purifiers and experience the comfort of clean, fresh air.

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