Daily Archives: December 10, 2015

Simple Tricks to improve your indoor air quality


According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), on average we spend 69.54% of our time indoors at home. When you add indoor workplace time into the mix, you could spend over 90% of your time indoors… with some estimates even as high as 96.89%. Your home can be damaging your health and studies have shown some of your highest exposure to polluted air is in  your home .


1.Clean and replace air filters regularly


2.Stop smoking:

Second-hand smoke can create serious health issues for everyone in your home.


3.Avoid using toxic cleaning chemicals:

You can find non-toxic alternatives to common cleansers.


4.Vacuum and dust regularly


5.Use a air purifier

Holmes HEPA Type Desktop Air Purifier, 3 Speeds plus Optional Ionizer, HAP242-NUC

Holmes HEPA Type Desktop Air Purifier, 3 Speeds plus Optional Ionizer, HAP242-NUC


6.Take your shoes off at the door

Your shoe carry pollutants from outside.


7.House plants :

Plants help contribute to your improved air quality by removing certain chemicals in the air.


You can click on these links to order your purifying indoor plants today!

Bamboo Palm


Areca Palm


Spider Plant

Golden Pothos

Collection of the Four Best Clean Air Plants for Your Home in Four Inch Pots

8.Himalayan Salt Lamps

Electronic air pollution is common in every household that have any type of electronics — giant HD televisions, computer monitors, cell phones, PDAs, etc.

Excessive amounts of positively charged ions like this can potentially cause you…

  • Increased nervousness…
  • Added bodily stress…
  • Annoying sleep interruptions…
  • Lapses in concentration…
  • Increased free radical accumulation in your body   

You can so something to help offset excessive frequency vibrations while you’re actually using an electronic device is to use beautiful decorative lamps, called crystal salt lamps.

So, how do salt lamps actually work?

It’s really quite simple… a heated crystal salt lamp…


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