A Lung Full of Air: 4 Ways for Keeping the Air Clean in Your Home

A Lung Full of Air: 4 Ways for Keeping the Air Clean in Your Home

April 22, 2019

Nowadays, there’s more focus than ever before on our health, particularly on the essential parts of our health that have never really been seen as a problem; mainly because it’s invisible. I am, of course, talking about the air we breathe.

With rising pollution levels in countries and cities all over the world, global warming, a rise in CO2, and other health-related concerns, such as smoking, an increasing number of people are becoming mindful of the quality of the air they’re breathing.

With this in mind, today we’re going to explore four easy, yet effective ways to clean and maintain the air in your home, helping you and your loved ones live the happiest and healthiest life possible.

1 – Open Your Windows

Perhaps the easiest, yet most effective, way to clean the air in your is simply to open a window; even if this is only for 10 minutes a day. With closed doors and windows in a room, the number of harmful gases, such as CO2, can build up rapidly, increasing the risk of long-term health problems.

Instead, opening a window allows the air to circulate and stay refreshed, maximizing your chances of having access to clean air.

2 – Keep Your Home Clean

The next handy tip we have is making sure you’re keeping your home clean and tidy. This means tidying up after yourself, vacuuming, and in other ways removing the dirt and grime from your home.

Fortunately, if you have home furniture on rent, some companies will offer a free annual cleaning service that help to make this part of housekeeping easy. Just make sure you’re checking when you buy to ensure this is part of the deal. Either way, set up a cleaning routine to keep all areas of your home clean, usually on a weekly basis, to minimise air pollution.

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3 – Use an Air Conditioner

As the title suggests, an air conditioner is a device you can install into your home which helps to condition your air. There are many different varieties of these conditioners available, many of which come with filters to help clean the air from dirt and grime.

The chances are you already have one of these in your home, so make sure you’re using it. If you don’t, you can rent air conditioner units effortlessly online.

4 – Buy Some Houseplants

Of course, one of the best solutions to undoing the air damage that humans have caused is using nature. Houseplants are natural-born air conditioner units that absorb harmful gases like CO2, turning it into pure, breathable oxygen.

What’s more, houseplants look great when positioned in any room, and there are so many varieties to choose from. Simply go out, shop around to see which ones you like, and most importantly, don’t forget to water them!


While air pollution problems are seemingly on the rise, that doesn’t mean countering the problem is any more difficult. As you can see, there are plenty of practical solutions you can implement to bring balance to your home, and help promote a healthy lifestyle for both yourself and your loved ones.


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