The air you breath has a great effect on your health, well-being and energy level. Since most of us spend a lot of time indoors, the air-quality inside our homes should be of great concern.
There are many ways you can notice poor air-quality. Maybe there is a slight odor or it may feel stagnant and stuffy. It could also be that there is no movement of the air in your home.
If this is the case, there are some things you can change about your daily routine that will improve the quality of the air in your home.
If you have pets, their fur and dander can cause allergic reactions, so you need to clean regularly. If you are a smoker, you should not smoke indoors, since this is very bad for the air quality.
If you have central air-conditioning, you should make sure that filters are replaced with regularity, and if you have a fireplace or gas stove, ensure that these are properly ventilated.