Dr. Range says he will stop burning incense (Photo: Dr. Range/Getty)

Air pollution does not only occur on roads and pipes.

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New Breville Poll According to a new Breville poll, 46% of Britons don’t know they’re home.

Three out of five of us think that air pollution only happens externally, so we are not thinking about how to manage it internally.

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The main causes of air pollution are evaporation in the building, the presence of humidity and mold, and even pet ownership.

Why is air pollution important?

Dr Range Singh said: “Even without existing respiratory problems, indoor air pollution is a hidden danger, so it is important to find out the cause for yourself.

“Unlike outdoor pollution, which is directly related to car emissions and industrial by-products, simple daily tasks and our habits can contribute to dangerous indoor air pollution.

Woman looks with a mask

There is pollution inside (Photo: Getty Images)

“Everything from smoking at home to wood stoves to using cleaning products can increase your risk.”

Air pollution can exacerbate symptoms of asthma, COPD, bronchiectasis, and is also associated with an increased risk of heart disease and stroke.

Signs of air pollution include wheezing, allergic reactions, itchy eyes, runny and stuffy nose, and general malaise.

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“We can’t completely eliminate indoor air pollution, but we can take steps to reduce it, including using home air purifiers,” said Dr Range.

Tips from Dr. Rangesin to improve indoor air quality

  • Keep the room airy. Open the windows several times a day to let in fresh air. This is especially important when cooking.
  • A regular vacuum cleaner may seem obvious to you, but it’s especially important for people with allergies or carpets. This helps remove contaminants and pet scale and helps prevent internal contamination.
  • Protect your home from smoke, not just tobacco. Incense, wood stoves, etc. they release carbon dioxide and carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, further polluting the air we breathe.
  • Make sure your home is clean, as mold and grime can build up and exacerbate symptoms of wheezing, coughing, and asthma. Check your home for mold and mildew marks and make sure your bathroom has proper ventilation to prevent mold-causing moisture.
  • Buy an air purifier.

Adding green can reduce pollution in your home.

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Plants are known for their ability to improve mental health promoted by external inputs.

Plants that help clean the air

Peace Lily

Bright House Peace Lily Plant

Note that lilies can be toxic if ingested (Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto)

These easy-to-grow plants have the ability to remove toxins from the air, making them a very effective addition to home air filtration systems. However, children should avoid calm lilies, as they can be toxic if swallowed.

Quiet lilies enjoy medium to dim light. You should avoid the underwater side, not the overwatered side, which helps prevent root rot.

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These chrysanthemums come in a variety of colors (Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Colorful flowering chrysanthemums are a great way to brighten up your home in sunny locations or on moist soil.

Thanks to a good filtration process, these flowers also completely remove contaminants such as toluene and ammonia.


Golden pot or Epipremnumaureum with windows in your bedroom and garden

Devil’s ivy is also known as the pothos plant მცენარე (Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Devil’s ivy is easy to maintain, but it does best in direct sunlight. It also removes many pollutants from the air, making it a great choice for cleaning indoor air.

This plant is nearly impossible to kill, making it perfect for anyone who wants to grow their toes.

If you have problems like large, wet areas, you may need to invest in some technology.

The dehumidifier reduces mold, dirt, itchiness, sneezing, nausea and other inflammation.

There are many ways to clean the air in your home.

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