5 Haze Survivor Tips

5 haze survivor tips

Haze is back! Especially in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Malacca, Johor, Pahang and Sarawak. These places have recorded an Air Pollutant Index of 101 to 200, which reached an unhealthy range. Do you know what is the impact of haze on health? It may cause irritation to the eyes, nose and throat in addition to dizziness, stress and headaches in healthy individuals.

How to Protect Yourself from Haze

  1. Wear a mask

What you inhale will indirectly affect your health, especially if you’re suffering from respiratory issues such as asthma. Hence, investing in a proper respiratory mask is essential to protect yourself from inhaling harmful airborne particles found in polluted air. An additional advice, do invest in N95 mask instead of surgical mask as the N95 mask design is very close to facial fit and more efficient in filtration of airborne particles.

  1. Install air steriliser device

Air steriliser can help to reduce the amount of air contaminants that are circulating in the building. Besides, it is crucial to maintain a good air quality in office that can provide employees peace of mind to work productively.

  1. Drink more water and increase the intake of fruits and vegetables

Increase water intake as this will help to flush away toxins absorbed through the skin and lungs, and improve your immune system. Anti-inflammatory fruits and vegetables such as papaya or broccoli can also help to reduce inflammation that may be triggered by haze.

  1. Wash your hands and face

You are bound to bring in particles from outside that sticks on your skin. Hence, always remember to wash your hands and face as often to minimise any infections or cross contamination among your colleagues. An additional note, do remember to wash your hands properly for more than 20 seconds to kill all the particles thoroughly, followed by drying and sanitising your hands for extra protection.

  1. Avoid outdoor activities

Those who suffer from chronic illnesses such as heart and respiratory diseases are advised to stay indoors, especially when the air pollutant index hits at unhealthy levels. Try to change your outdoor exercise routine to indoor exercise, minimise the chances of breathing in polluted air.

No one can guarantee when the haze will go away. Hence, as an employer, it is important to provide the necessary devices such as an air steriliser and hand sanitiser in the workplace. With such preparations well equipped, your employees are able to practise the above tips as they are spending more than 8 hours daily at work. While you are taking care of your employees, be rewarded with a Signature Mobile Hand Sanitiser or Medixair at your workplace. Click here for more information: https://hygienedetective.com/promotion/.

 


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