Respiratory Wellness Initiative

2024 Trends

TREND 1: Growing Climate Change Impacts Respiratory Health

TREND 2: More Governmental Commitment to Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

TREND 3: Telemedicine for Respiratory Care

TREND 4: Technology Innovations in Health Buildings and Air Quality Monitoring

TREND 5: Rise of Respiratory Hygiene in Wellness Travel & Tourism

TREND 6: Integration of AI in IAQ Monitoring and Management

TREND 7: Respiratory Health in Aging Populations

TREND 8: Growing Respiratory Health Equity

2023 Trends

TREND 1: The emergence of evidence that directly links the impact that air care (indoors and outdoors) can have on respiratory health.

Manufacturers educating their clients on the medical and wellness impact of poor IAQ. (Indoor Air Quality)

TREND 3: Better understanding on how building design impacts IAQ and how we balance respiratory wellness, comfort and sustainability efforts.

TREND 4: We are seeing better air sensors and filtration/treatment equipment, along with smart engineering, design, and management of HVAC systems for commercial spaces, homes, hospitality, schools, etc.

TREND 5: Consumers will become more aware and learn how various behaviors such as cleaning, cooking and other household activities (and products) impact respiratory wellness.

TREND 6: While technology is emerging and becoming more available and affordable, standardization and certifications of claims for products need to be realized, while denouncing those making false claims

TREND 7: Government policies, corporate accountability for wellness environments, developers and consumer awareness will drive a heightened focus on respiratory health and wellness.

2022 Trends

TREND 1: Respiratory Conditions on the Rise

TREND 2: Making the Invisible Visible: Clean Air Matters

TREND 3: Self-Care Integrates with Traditional Health Care

TREND 4: Longevity and Quality of Life

TREND 5: Third-Party Pay for Wellness


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