A recent research at Harvard University, USA, has shown that the quality of air in a room has a lot on effect on the decision making process and performance of an individual. This involves thinking, understanding, remembering and learning.

The quality of air is determined by levels of pollutants and carbon dioxide, poorly ventilated rooms are stuffy, suffocating.

The study involved 24 persons who were tested on various from simple to complex; those in well ventilated rooms performed about 61 percent better than those in poorly ventilated rooms.
The findings were published in Environmental Health Perspective journal.
The study team was headed by Dr. Joseph Allen , director of the healthy living programs at the university.

 

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