Everyday we unconsciously take more than 20,000 breaths. And unless we have a problem, we don’t think about what we’re breathing in. But the fact is the exposure to CO2 and VOCs has been linked to an increased risk of different serious diseases, including even cancer. Your actual risk of adverse effects depends on your current health status, the pollutant type and concentration, and the length of your exposure to the polluted air. That’s why the ability of detecting air quality outdoor and indoor is so important.