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  • Indoor air quality is often more polluted than the outdoor air, with some pollutants measuring 100 times greater than those found outside.
  • Indoor air pollution can increase wheezing, cause headaches, disorientation and certain cancers, and increase your risk of heart attack and stroke.
  • Health risks are linked to new carpet installation, remodeling, air fresheners, household cleaners, poorly maintained fuel-burning appliances and more.
  • Making several small changes to your everyday routine, such as opening windows, decorating with plants, and running exhaust fans, can make a significant difference in the quality of the air you breathe.

By Dr. Mercola

The air you're breathing inside your home can be five times more polluted than the air outside. A combination of carpet, chemicals, air fresheners, plastics and furnishings contribute to the chemical soup you breathe indoors.


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