Is My Home Healthy?

Everyone wants to be healthy, but it’s always amazing how relatively few people put the work into looking at their own homes to see whether their living conditions might be affecting their health in some way or another. However, if you are keen to do all you can to live a healthy life, you will probably want to look at your home at some point to determine whether it might be harming your health in some way. In this post, we’ll look at some of how that can prove to be the case and discuss what you can do about them.

The Water

First of all, you have to be careful with the water you are drinking because there is a chance that this will negatively affect your health if you are not careful. If you want to be safe, it’s best to make sure that you are filtering your water before you drink it so that it is as pure and clean as possible.

If you have a pool, you might also want to treat that water with some bioremediation process before you swim in it to be safe.

The Air

What the air is like is another hugely important question regarding keeping your health intact while spending time at home. If you haven’t looked into it already, it just might be that the air in your home is causing you some health problems that you were not even aware of, and this is something that you will certainly want to balance soon.

You can purify the air in a few ways, including the natural way by having lots of houseplants in the home and with products such as air purifiers which you can buy these days affordably. However you do it, this is a significant change you might want to consider.

The Light

Believe it or not, the light levels profoundly affect your general wellbeing, and it’s essential to ensure that you are looking into this if you want to keep your health as high as possible. In addition, the light levels will affect whether or not you get headaches and other related issues, so it’s essential to look into how you are doing this if you want to keep looking after yourself fully and adequately. Get the light levels right, which will make a massive difference in how you feel.

The Fire

If you have a fire in the home, you need to take great care, as the pollution caused by it can be pretty damaging to your lungs and other internal organs. You should avoid an open fire if possible, and if you have a closed one, be sure to take care with what you burn, as some products are worse for you than others. It would help if you also had it serviced to ensure it is not releasing smoke.

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Todd Smekens

Journalist, consultant, publisher, and servant-leader with a passion for truth-seeking. Enjoy motorcycling, meditation, and spending quality time with my daughter and rescue hound. Spiritually-centered first and foremost. Lived in multiple states within the USA and frequent traveler to the mountains.
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