The first thing you think of when considering the health and safety of your family likely isn't your home's indoor air quality. Given that relative humidity levels contribute to many different health ailments, you should.
Dry air contributes to respiratory illnesses like asthma and chronic bronchitis. It can also lead to dermatitis and exacerbate skin conditions like eczema. Dry home air also increases stress levels. These are all good reasons to improve your air quality.
With winter on its way to force people indoors, here are 5 ways to improve indoor air quality.
1. House Plants
Though you may not have a green thumb, house plants make an easy fix for how to improve indoor air quality and increase home humidity levels. They also add a lot…