Well, the average adult breathes about 20,000 liters of air each day and takes about six million breaths a year. Breathing clean air is fundamental for a healthy life. So instead of questioning why, we question why this is not a priority.
According to the World Health Organization breathing cleaner air reduces risks of stroke, heart disease, lung cancer and respiratory diseases such as asthma. Even viruses and allergies – such as flu, cold and pollen – can be reduced by cleaner and healthier indoor air.
Read more about what clean air can do for your wellbeing here.