Take a deep breath. How does it feel? Do you feel refreshed and is your mind clearer? That is not the case in every home. You might not notice that the quality of the air in your home is bad, but if you feel tired constantly and struggle with allergies, headaches, or other problems, the air-quality could be the cause.
There are many things that affect the air in your home. Sources of chemicals are all around us. They could seep out of the furniture you own, it could be mold spores or even pets and smokers in your home. While it is difficult to control the problem without removing the cause, you can do things to improve the quality of the air in your home. For example, if you get some plants in your home, they can filter chemicals out of the air. Opening your windows for a while each day to air your home out will also have a positive effect.