What's in the Air?
Is your house making you sick? Not just sick and tired of undone dishes, piles of laundry, and stacks of forgotten toys, but "sick" as in physically ill? Your home is your castle, your refuge, but you may not be the only ones living there. Mold, insects, and dust mites may also have made themselves comfortable. Perhaps pockets of moisture or a rickety vacuum cleaner are giving rise to some impurities in the air.
Healthy lungs are crucial to our overall well-being, and what if there is a pregnant woman in the house? She is breathing and filtering out impurities for two. For your health and the health of your family, it is important to know what kind of air you are actually breathing and what you can do to improve it.
May is National Clean Air Awareness Month, and if you haven't thought much about your household air, it's time to start.