I know I can get cranky and tired and then major brain fog rolls in when the air quality is poor in my home. At this time of year we tend to keep the windows closed and Netatmo is here to give you peace of mind. Netatmo Healthy Coach is a monitoring system that actually measures air quality and I can access the details through my phone telling me the temperature, air quality, humidity and even noise levels. But since incorporating some much-needed changes I have fewer headaches and mental fogginess since fixing the air quality in my home. Did you know that air quality indoors can be worse than the air outside? Poor air quality can trigger asthma, headaches and allergies just to name a few. Possible contributors can be pets, furniture, moisture and even dryness in the air.Get tailored feedback from @Netatmo on how to make your home more peaceful & improve air quality. Click To Tweet
Its intuitive application allows you to check in a glance if your home is healthy by accessing your Netatmo Healthy Coach from your phone. It sends you notifications when necessary to adjust settings and tips on how to clean your home. Cool right? I think every home should have one. It does need to be plugged in, it’s easy to use and attractive and you can move it from room to room. It can be accessed whether you have an iPhone or Andriod.
So right now my Healthy Coach is telling me my the air quality is poor in my home. Click on the Air quality tab and it will you in detail what this means and at the moment I am feeling sleepy and my attention span could be better. Looks like I should open a window to get some air in. Open windows that allow fresh air. Don’t trap those indoor pollutants, even a few minutes you can drop C02 ppm’s. Ideally, ppm’s should be in the low 400 ppms.
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Netatmo costs $120 and can be purchased at Best Buy Canada. You can follow Netatmo on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Find my social buttons above and if you’re new feel free to Follow/Like. I hope you check them out and start improving your air quality at home!
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