Air quality goes down as temperatures go up. Second Nature shares some tips for how you can help improve the air you breathe during those hot summer months, when pollution and smog are at their worst.
Small or enclosed living spaces can cause pollutants to collect in your indoor air. These irritants remain stagnant in your space, just like that cousin who said he’d crash for “just a couple nights.”
Asthma and allergies affect a LARGE portion of the population. Those that suffer with allergies or asthma can become desperate for any sort of relief. These quick tips can reduce allergens and asthma triggers in the home in a BIG way.
Your furry friends may be amazing companions... but they can cause pet odors and introduce pet dander into your home. You can fight animal odors and dander by following these simple tips.
The air in your home is often five times (or more!) dirtier than the air outdoors. This guide provides simple steps to improve your indoor air quality.
Symptoms of a pollen allergy include: sneezing, congestion, nasal discharge, itchy or watery eyes, itchy nose or throat.
Dust mites are one of the leading triggers for both asthma and allergies
A few ways to combat and protect against air pollution
Half of Americans live in counties with unhealthy levels of ozone or particle pollution...because Americans spend 90% of their time indoors-- and up to 65% of that time at home-- it’s important to safeguard indoor air.
Just because you suffer from allergies, it doesn’t mean you have to avoid owning a pet all together. You have many “hypoallergenic” options!