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Inhalation of carbon dioxide at much higher levels than you’d ever expect to see in a workplace has been found by biomedical researchers to dilate blood vessels in the brain, reduce neuronal activity, and decrease the amount of communication between brain regions. Many studies have also shown that increasing the ventilation rate in schools can raise children’s scores on tests and speed at tasks, and reduce absences. Letting some fresh air in might even help keep good ideas flowing during your meeting, and prevent the discussion from getting too stale. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/06/health/conference-room-air.html?fallback=0&recId= 1KtC92WB2P3Q0grFTWFVnr9wv3M&locked=0&geoContinent=AF&geoRegion=PU&recAlloc=t op_conversion&geoCountry=MU&blockId=most-popular&imp_id=939992361&action=click&mod ule=Most%20Popular&pgtype=Homepage

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