Why Purify Your Air?

Why Purifying Your Air Is Important

Why Is Purifying Your Air Important?

On average, Americans spend about 90% of their time indoors, where pollutants can be two to five times higher in concentration than they are outside (1). That's a big problem if you take your health seriously and want to protect your family from toxins.

In fact, the EPA has stated that poor indoor air quality is one of the top five environmental threats to your health (2).

It makes sense if you think about it. The average person breathes in over 2,000 gallons worth of air every day. For reference, that's almost enough to fill a normal-sized swimming pool with air (3). In other words: that's a lot of air, and by extension, contaminants.

So if you already use water filtration to provide drinking water for your family, doesn’t it make sense to filter your air as well? Don't you want to know that you're doing everything possible to improve the quality of air within your household?


Alleviate Debilitating Health Conditions

Many widespread health conditions have been linked to poor indoor air quality, an alarming trend that each of us is responsible for fighting in our own homes.

Improved air quality could bring relief to:

  • 25 million or 7.7% of Americans who struggle with asthma (4)
  • Millions who suffer from other respiratory allergies
  • People suffering from COPD, currently the third medical cause of death worldwide (5) 
  • Those suffering from cardiovascular conditions, as air quality affects our circulation

The Alexapure Breeze effectively reduces contaminants that aggravate these conditions, improving the overall indoor air quality of your home. 


Indoor Air Pollutants & Your Health


This fine powder produced by plants can settle in your home and cause problems, especially if you’re allergic to them. Seasonal allergies impact nearly 60 million Americans every year (6). 

Viruses & Bacteria

Poor air circulation and filtration can cause these microorganisms to multiply and spread. Viruses and bacteria both cause and worsen diseases. Even dead bacteria can exacerbate asthma symptoms.

Molds & Fungi

Common indoor molds like cladosporium, penicillium, alternaria, and aspergillus can cause symptoms like stuffy nose, coughing, and wheezing even in otherwise healthy people. People with allergies or asthma may suffer severe reactions like fever and shortness of breath.

Dust Mites

Mites are one of the biggest indoor triggers of allergies and asthma. Exposure can even cause asthma. Most people experience symptoms while sleeping or making their bed because that’s where millions of mites tend to settle and nest.

Animal Dander

66% of American homes have pets (7). Even if you don’t, almost all homes have some detectable levels of dog or cat dander, likely tracked in from elsewhere. Dander causes both upper and lower respiratory tract symptoms in people sensitive or allergic.



  1. https://www.epa.gov/report-environment/indoor-air-quality#:~:text=Americans%2C%20on%20average%2C%20spend%20approximately,higher%20than%20typical%20outdoor%20concentrations. 
  2. https://www.epa.gov/iaq-schools/why-indoor-air-quality-important-schools 
  3. https://www.lung.org/blog/how-your-lungs-work 
  4. https://acaai.org/asthma/asthma-101/facts-stats/ 
  5. https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/chronic-obstructive-pulmonary-disease-(copd) 
  6. https://www.bu.edu/articles/2023/seasonal-allergies-are-worse-this-year-what-you-can-do/ 
  7. https://www.forbes.com/advisor/pet-insurance/pet-ownership-statistics/#:~:text=Pet%20ownership%20in%20the%20U.S.,part%20of%20their%20owners'%20lives.