We often think of air pollution as something that’s on the outside: when we’re on the road or in the city or at the park, but never it’s never something we consider indoors. Unfortunately, the air you breathe indoors is just as (if not more) susceptible to allergens and other pollutants.
Poor indoor air quality can expose you and your loved ones to a variety of health risks and these effects can get worse over time. To safeguard your well-being, here are 8 signs of bad indoor air quality you should look out for. Read more