Your health depends on every breath you take, especially when indoor air is so toxic. The United States Environmental Protection Agency reports that inside air is 2-5 times more toxic than outdoor air. This is especially staggering, since the average person spends the majority of their time indoors. Contaminants such as dust, smoke, and sand, to name a few, clutter up and pollute air quality, and diminish health. People who deal with allergies, or respiratory illnesses, are even more susceptible to the dangers of poor quality air. It is so important to breathe in purified, clear air, for health purposes and maximum quality of life.