Its not only important for our health that we eat clean, use non toxic products on our bodies and in our homes, but also that the air we are breathing is a good quality.
The air we breathe in our homes should be clean, and free of toxins and pollutants. The air quality in many homes is a contributing factor to many health problems, These may include lung infections, tiredness, and headaches.
Smoke, chemicals from cleaning products, mold, mildew, dust, and pet dander are among some of the many factors that can contribute to poor air quality in your home. Additionally, homes that are not well-ventilated can have higher levels of indoor air pollution.
You can take a few small steps to improve the air quality in your home. Make sure that your home is well-ventilated. Open windows and doors when weather permits, use a fan, or purchase a quality air purifier, To help reduce pollutants you should also switch to natural cleaning products, quit smoking, get rid of mold, and keep pet areas clean.
Many plants can also help freshen the indoor air. For a list of some of the plants to help clean your air check out this article from the Homes and Gardens website.
By making a few small changes in your home you can improve the air quality and create a healthier and happier environment for you and your family.