Read the full article HERE.
I’ve included the sysnopsis below…
Indoor air pollution can be a serious and potentially deadly problem. But by taking a few simple steps you can reduce your risk and improve the quality of the air in your home.
- Test your home for radon in your air and water, and if necessary install an appropriate radon mitigation system.
- Use mostly unscented personal care and household cleaning items to decrease exposure to potentially irritating and harmful chemicals.
- Don’t smoke, especially indoors.
- Whenver possible, if purchasing pressed wood furniture and cabinetry (such as cribs, rocking chairs, dressers) ensure it has the GreenGuard symbol.
- Purchase a HEPA filter for your bedrooms, kitchen, home office and/or wherever you spend the most time in your home.
- Grow plants throughout your home to help remove dangerous gases.
- Maintain appropriate ventilation and humidity levels in your home. Use dehumidifiers and exhaust fans if necessary.
- Try to open several windows in your home for at least 15 minutes per day, weather permitting.
I recommend you check out the full article, as it goes into useful details.