It is estimated that we spend more than 90% of our time indoors. Indoors is where we sleep, eat, and relax. Have you ever thought about your home air quality? The air we breathe has both long term and short term effects on our health. What are some of the effects of poor air quality? Headaches and fatigue are short term causes of poor air quality.
Here are three suggestions for you to get started on to help you improve your home’s air quality.
1. Air Purifier
Air Purifiers are considerable assets for your home, air purifiers are known to remove allergy and asthma triggers in the home.
2. Oil Diffuser
Oil Diffusers help purify the air and reduce mold, they also keep your home smelling great without the artificial air fresheners
Dehumidifiers are considerable for removing moisture in your home. Too much moisture in your home can lead to mold. Having your home properly ventilated can also help decrease the moisture that build-ups. A dehumidifier works amazingly though.