by Karen Bates
(last updated August 31, 2015)
Breathing clean air is a high priority for most people. What we may not realize, however, is that places where we assume we are breathing clean air may not be as pure as we think.
Take your home, for instance. Although you might think that you are safe from air pollution, it is possible that you could be breathing contaminated air indoors. Even though the problem isn't exactly the same as you'd expect of air pollution outdoors, poor air quality indoors can still have an impact on your health and well being.
Contaminants can enter the air in your home through various means. You may have mold spores, pet dander, dust, dirt, and other particles circulating through the air inside, even though you don't see them. One way to get an idea of an air pollution issue is to consider any allergies or breathing problems that may be acting up. There can be different reasons for allergies, but one of the major causes can be indoor air pollution.
So what can you do to get ultra clean air if you find that there is contaminated air in your house? There are multiple ways to help you get cleaner air:
If you are concerned about your indoor air quality, try the above ideas or consider hiring someone to come in and analyze your air quality to help you decide how to proceed with fixing the issue.
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