We know that air quality is important, but have you thought about what impact houseplants can have on your home’s overall air quality? The majority of people think about pollution in the form of smog or particulates. Although these are real problems, it is the air particles that are most affected by the air quality in homes.
Pollution can cause our bodies to become ill and irritable, and it can negatively impact our health, but it is the particles that enter our lungs and enter our bloodstreams that are the true polluters. Air quality is directly related to these particles entering the bloodstreams of humans and other animals.
Not only do we breathe in the small household particles, but we also get them in the food we eat and in the water we drink. Air pollution can be so subtle that many of us can’t recognize that something isn’t right with our air quality.
Air pollution is a problem because it disrupts the body’s ability to get rid of the harmful particles. The particles build up in the airways over time, which makes it harder for the human body to regulate the oxygen that it needs.
We are built with airways, the passages through which air passes when it comes into our body. Airways allow air to flow through our body, and it is the airway passages that often become blocked. These blocked airways are what lead to irritated nasal and sinus symptoms, irritable blood vessels, increased coughing, increased asthma, and inflamed lung tissue.
So, what do we do when we find that our own household particles are coming into our homes? What would happen if we ignored the idea of clearing our homes of houseplants until we really saw what our home was producing?
If we are lucky, our homes will have excellent air quality. We don’t have to clean our air and do a lot of cleaning to make sure that we’re breathing fresh air. We just have to clean the sources of air pollution that we produce.
Our air quality is directly related to the number of pollutants that we produce in our homes. And, while the number of pollutants produced in the home is minimal, they still create harmful levels of pollution. We have to be aware of our homes, and their pollutants, because not doing anything is really no better than having air pollution inside our homes.
However, the biggest problem with houseplants is that they are hard to control, and they require constant care. Once they’ve started to grow, they have to be watched over.
The best solution to our indoor air pollution is to reduce the number of pollutants that are produced in our homes. Reducing the number of pollutants that our air produces is as simple as moving to a cleaner neighborhood, or simply stopping using old oil and gas-powered lawnmowers.
The best way to reduce air pollution and the number of harmful particles in our homes is to ensure that our homes are clean. That way, we are making our homes airtight, reducing the number of pollutants being produced in our homes, and keeping the houseplants alive.