Pollution of air in big cities, and not only in them, is a major factor in the development of various diseases among people. And air pollution in closed spaces is, perhaps, even more harmful to he alth. We suggest you familiarize yourself with some effective ways to deal with pollution of air in your home, which will also reduce the risk of developing allergies.
Avoid opening the windows very early in the morning
People with allergies are very prone to sneezing and coughing early in the morning, compared to the rest of the day. In addition, trees and plants release fine particles into the air, which further aggravate the situation and saturate the air with harmful allergens.
Change your clothes and take a shower as soon as you get home
If you want to keep the air in your home clean, be very careful about what you bring in from the outside! Fine dust and invisible particles stuck to your clothes and skin are potential disease-causing bacteria and allergens.
Water your plants sparingly
Excessive watering of plants and flowers in the home, without needing to do so, can create a prerequisite for the appearance of mold and mildew.
Wash bed linen every week
It is very important to thoroughly wash your bedding in hot water every week. This helps eliminate the microscopic dust mites that breed in beds, carpets and sofas. Add to that air pollution and you have an unfavorable environment to live in.
Clean the tray under the refrigerator with a solution of bleach and s alt
The tray that collects the water after defrosting the refrigerator is often neglected when cleaning. It is a breeding ground for bacteria and microorganisms, so it is good to clean it at least once a month with a solution of bleach and s alt.
Wash the shower curtain (if you have one) with disinfectant once a week
It is one of the places in the bathroom that gets wet and dirty daily and more than once. Therefore, special attention to its hygiene is necessary. You can use bleach for cleaning if you are worried that you can damage it - use a disinfectant of your choice. But it's very important that it's antibacterial to make sure the bacteria is removed!
Wash the plush toys every month
These are some of the biggest "dusters" in the home, especially if you have small children and the toys are still packed away! Be careful when it comes to your children's he alth! It is highly recommended that the toys be washed in hot water (if they are textile) and with disinfectant (if they are plastic).