A little-known-fact among allergy-sufferers and homeowners alike is that winter is actually the worst season for indoor air quality due to the lack of fresh air inside of homes (combined with the increased amount of time people spend indoors).
According to HealthNewsDigest.com, however, homeowners can combat the effects of indoor air pollution by setting up a few indoor plants around their homes.
"All plants add oxygen and create a healthier indoor environment. In addition, some plants provide the added benefit of removing toxins from the air," Professional Landcare Network chairman Chris Raimondi told the news source.
Homeowners who wish to go straight to the source of the problem to tackle indoor air pollution most effectively should invest in a high-end air purifying system. A purifier like the IQAir HealthPro Plus is the ideal solution for tackling a range of pollutants including dust, mold, allergens, pet dander, gases, odors and smoke using cutting-edge technology. Its HyperHEPA filter can capture contaminants as small as .003 microns in size.