It takes a pandemic to talk about humidity.
‘ A nice to have extra’, ‘Who will notice if we don’t include it?’, ‘Leave a space and we may put it in later’.
There have been many debates over the years over the importance of indoor air quality, and the significance it plays in not only overall health, but also in infection and virus control. Now, with a pandemic in full swing, this debate has become more important than ever. But the biggest question[...]
We all know that humidity is vaporized water in the air. Relative humidity refers to the percentage of water vapor in the air at a given temperature, compared with water vapor that the air is capable of holding at that temperature. When the air at a certain temperature has all the water vapor it[...]
Over the last 5-10 years, people have been working indoors a lot more, for longer periods of time, and spending less time outdoors. This change in behaviour has had a knock-on effect on a lot of things, from our overall activity levels to vitamin D deficiency becoming much more common. But one[...]
It’s a generally agreed fact that infections are bad. We go to extraordinary lengths to avoid getting infected, whether it’s a common cold or something much more serious. Out in the world, there might not be too much we can do to prevent it, but in certain environments infection control and[...]
Over the last few years hot yoga has grown in popularity, transforming from a single practice called Bikram Yoga dating back to the 1970s into a worldwide fitness trend. The idea is simple. You do yoga, but in a warm and humid environment. This is designed to make you sweat a lot, detoxifies[...]
It might not feel like it right now, but the UK is once again facing some recording-breaking temperatures this summer. And so the main question on everyone’s mind’s will soon be, how do we keep our workplaces cool and comfortable, without wasting money, energy or resources? It’s a question that[...]