With the new normal of social distancing, many people are spending more time in their homes. While this is a reprieve from the non stop hustle being always on the go, it has overextended the productivity of many of our home systems , breeding new environmental challenges to our home ecology. The presence of more allergens, underline toxins from cleaning products and indirect residual effects of outdoor contaminants lay unchecked in many of our living spaces. How can we begin to make our homes more inviting to wholistic living and environmentally conscious? Getting the the root of the matter is easier than you think. This is where Home Air Check comes in.
Attention and awareness surrounding the coronavirus has been on the rise by the day. During difficult times such as these, it’s that much more crucial that we take care of our full well-being – physically, mentally, and emotionally. Safety for yourself and others is of upmost importance. As of March 15, the Yoga Allian — Read on cleveryoga.com/blogs/news/covid-19-safety-five-yoga-practices-to-do-at-home
One method of eco-friendly living is through the construction of earth-sheltered homes. These homes offer many benefits that a typical and modern house may not. For example, as they naturally incorporate the earth into their design, they are already more eco-friendly. Likewise, these types of homes can be implemented almost anywhere, including urban areas. via The… — Read on lifeandsoulmagazine.com/2020/03/11/the-anatomy-of-earth-sheltered-homes-visual-ecogreenlove/
Playing a good defense against viruses is your best bet for staying healthy. Here are some top tips. — Read on tasteforlife.com/conditions-wellness/cold-flu/everyday-prevention-against-viruses
AAFA’s Core Policies for Protecting Students’ Asthma and Allergy Health Specific to School Environment. — Read on homeaircheck.com/2019/09/23/15-states-that-made-the-aafas-indoor-air-quality-honor-roll/