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    5 Tips to Make Your Home Healthier

    Every home needs to be a safe and Healthy Place to live in, and it’s critical for maintaining everyone’s health. A few changes at home can already make significant progress to improve everyone’s health, and some of these changes don’t have to expensive or hard. Here’s what you can do to breathe easier at home, and be secured of your environment.

    Avoid Having House Dust: Most homes have house dust, and it can’t be avoided. But, having house dust can be eliminated through regular cleaning, avoiding allergies or aggravating its symptoms. Most house dust contains dangerous chemicals such as lead, pesticides, among others. Every product or chemical you use, even if it was decades ago, can accumulate in your home through the dust.

    Don’t Use Pesticides: Pesticides can kill all sorts of things, which unfortunately includes the people inside your home. Prolonged exposures to chemicals coming from pesticides can put members of the house, especially children and the elderly, exposed to health problems. These health problems may include asthma, or problems with brain development, among others. Pesticides aren’t cheap, so are medical bills once the harmful effects of pesticides kick in.

    Choose Organic and Eat Healthily: Many products today are filled with chemicals coming from pesticides. Unknown to many, the food they ingest have chemicals which are hazardous to anyone’s health. Eating organic food lessens the risk of ingesting pesticide, and it also helps in protecting the environment. Research shows that organic food is more nutritious and have higher nutrients than regular produce.

    Choose Non-Toxic Cleaning Supplies: Many of the cleaning supplies found in the grocery are filled with chemicals, which have warning and poison labels. This is because these chemicals contain hazardous ingredients which are dangerous for everyone. Although they can get rid of bacteria and germs, it contributes to diminishing anyone’s health after prolonged exposure.

    Wash Your Hands: Even when you’re at home, there’s no reason for you not to wash your hands. Frequent washing prevents germs from being passed from one person to another. Make sure to regularly clean your hands, every time you use the toilet or use something dirty. This simple advice can also help stop colds and flu from being passed.
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