Did you know that the air inside your home can be more harmful than the air outside? According to the EPA, the levels of indoor air pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than outdoor levels, sometimes exceeding 100 times. Unless you have severe allergies or sensitivities, you may not be aware of all the chemicals that surround you in your home.
5 Ways to Create a Healthier Home...
- Be aware of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - chemicals that escape as gases into the surrounding air, like benzene and formaldehyde, which are listed as human carcinogens. VOCs can be emitted from paints, glues, finishes and products within the home and can set-off or contribute to illness.
- Indoor Plants - Plants such as Spider Plants, Snake Plants and Golden Pothos can help your indoor air quality by reducing carbon monoxide as well as filter out VOCs. Plants also add a nice touch of 'natural' to your home.
- Let the fresh air in - open windows and doors where possible and be sure to use exhaust fans in wet areas and when cooking to help remove moisture and cooking fumes.
- Use Himalayan Salt Lamps – these can balance electromagnetic radiation and help to cleanse, deodorize and purify the air.
- Keep it clean - with non-toxic, environmentally friendly products. They are better for your health and the health of your home, and a better, cleaner option for the environment.
To learn how to clean with non-toxic products, book a time with me to gather with friends (because friends don’t let friends clean with chemicals) and I’ll show you how easy it is!
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