Health - Start with the Basics
With air quality becoming consistently worse, did you know that the air you are breathing in your home can be five-times more polluted than outside?
Today's tips focus on clean air indoors. Heating, chemicals in furniture, carpets, paints, cleaners, dry-cleaned clothes, household cleaning products, cabinetry etc. can all be contributing factors.
Give your health a chance when you are indoors:
- Fill your house with houseplants - They help to remove toxins from the air - some of the most efficient air-purifying plants include English Ivy, Spider Plants and Peace Lilies
- Indoor air-purifiers filter contaminants and pollutants from the air in your home.
Unseen pollutants in your home and at work may be threatening your health - we breathe more than we drink or eat, but pay little attention to the quality of the air that we breathe.