Most people base the quality of the air they breathe on two factors; the way it smells and the way it looks. While these are good indicators of some air problems, they are not fail-proof. This is proven by the deadliness of natural gas, which has no odor unless it is added for safety purposes.
Definitely, a room filled with smoke is a good indicator of poor air quality indoors because you can see it and smell it, but there are many materials that emit gas vapors that attack us silently and without our knowledge.
This exposure can manifest itself in several ways. In the short-term, irritation of the throat, nose, and eyes is common. Continued exposure can produce Read more