If you suffer from any of these issues, keep reading to find out ways your home can actually make you sick and what you can do to get better.
Know What Makes You Sick...
If you’re unsure what’s making you sick, make an appointment with your primary health care provider or allergist, who can administer a simple patch test to determine allergy triggers. If you suspect mold, you can purchase a simple at-home mold test kit from Amazon and other major online retailers, as well as your local home hardware store.
The American Lung Association lists more than a dozen sources of indoor air pollution, including pet dander, cockroaches, dust mites, carpets, and asbestos.
Just Say No to Smoking Indoors
Just Get Back to the Basics When Cleaning
Clean the Air
We hear a lot on the news about outdoor air pollution. However, indoor air contamination doesn’t get nearly as much press—and it should. Most people, especially those who work from home, have young children, or are retired, spend more time indoors than out. It’s time to pay attention to the air inside your home. A few simple changes to improve interior air quality may be all it takes to help you breathe easy.
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