Did you know that the air inside your home can be up to 100 times more polluted than the air outdoors? And poor air quality can have a negative impact on our health, including allergies, respiratory issues, and even heart disease. (Of course, all of this becomes an even bigger issue if your home is locked up tight all season — like most Indiana homes during a brutal winter.) Read on for more info on how to purify your home air quality with houseplants.
While there are many ways to increase the air quality in your home, one of the cheapest, most natural and effective methods is to fill your space with houseplants. Specific plants are proven to neutralize mold, dust mites, pollen, pet dander and more. This cost-effective option not only adds some aesthetically pleasing decor to your home, but will purify the air you and your family breathe in each day.
Choosing the right plants for your home is essential. Below, we’ve provided a list of top air cleaning plants and the various toxins they will help remove:
After a long winter, the air quality in your home will be at its lowest. The pollutants in your home may not cause immediate health issues, but they may show up years down the road. Liven up your space and create a healthier environment with the use of houseplants.
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