What if we told you that pollutants in the air could affect your ability to reproduce? You’d be pretty shocked, right? Well, prepare to be rocked.

According to a study that appeared in the Human Reproduction journal, a direct link was found between invitro fertilization failure and air pollution. The study was conducted over a 7-year period and examined the first-pregnancy outcomes of over 7,000 women.

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The main culprit when it came to in-vitro failure? Nitrogen dioxide (NO2). That’s right; the exhaust from vehicles. Women who’s homes or the clinic where the trial was taking place were closer to high-traffic zones had a higher failure rate than those who didn’t. So, if you’re planning an in-vitro pregnancy, you might want to visit the country for a few months and stay away from vehicle-dense ubran settings — or invest in an Electrocorp RSU 12cc air purification unit so you can ensure you’re breathing the cleanest air possible while you’re at home.

Nitrogen dioxide wasn’t the only culprit behind in-vitro fertilization failure. The second common facture was a high level of exposure to ozone.

Obviously, these aren’t the only two air pollutants out there that can influence the success of reproduction via in-vtro or otherwise, however, they are important to note. And it’s also important to note that if you are a working pregnant woman you might want to ask your higher-ups about the air filtration system in your building.

We spend more time at work than we do at home, and having a proper air purification and filtration system in our work environments is half the battle.  Electrocorp offers countless customizable options for any workplace to clear the air of airborne toxins and keep all workers happy and healthy.

So, ask your boss today and see what he/she has to say about indoor air quality in his place of business. Let us know what he/she had to say in the comments below.