Tips To Make Your Home More Healthy

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How Do You Store Your Makeup? Whether you wear it every day or pull it out for special occasions, make sure it’s germ-free. Store it in a cool, dry place, and always wash your hands before you apply. Try to avoid touching makeup in its container. Don’t add water or saliva. And don’t share with your friends.

Is Your Bathroom Moldy?

When your space isn’t well-ventilated, mold can set up shop, fast. It causes all kinds of health problems, from nose and throat irritation to infection. Send steam from your shower outside with a fan or open window. Clean up with mold-fighting products, and never install carpet on your bathroom floor.


Are Your Shoes Ready for a Workout?

Your body needs about 150 minutes of aerobic exercise a week to stay healthy. But if you don’t have the right shoes, you can bring on new aches and pains. A sports specialty store can set you up with the right kicks for your activity level and style. Don’t believe the break-in myth. Shoes should be comfy from the moment you put them on.


Does Your Decor Help You Think?

Some research suggests an association between color and creativity and color and the ability to perform detail-oriented tasks. Keep this in mind when you’re ready to choose colors for your walls. The color you choose may help you get specific kinds of things done.


Is Your Water Clear and Tasty?

When the wrong stuff gets into your water, it can cause anything from a stomach bug to neurological disorders. The EPA guards public drinking water safety, but that’s your job if you use well water. No matter where it comes from, be careful anytime your home’s water tastes or looks odd. This could be a sign of a problem. You can also use a water filtration system. Be sure you know what your filter can and can’t remove. Change it often.


Is Your Air Fresh and Clean?

Air that carries health hazards can irritate your eyes, nose, and throat. It can give you a headache or make you dizzy. It can also lead to long-term problems like cancer and respiratory and heart diseases. To lower the chances of indoor air pollution, make sure fresh air can get into your house. Open windows when you can. Be sure your house has proper ventilation. If you still have problems, consider an air-cleaning device.


Can You Write Your Name in the Dust?

It’s more than just dirt. Anything in the air can end up in dust, like chemicals used in your flooring, cleaning products, and furniture. Young kids who spend time on the floor are more likely to have health problems from dust.

Use an air cleaner with a HEPA filter. Wash your hands often, and clean with a damp cloth or wet mop 🙂 🙂

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