By Khrystyana Kirton
Edited by Stephanie Dawson
Reviewed by Nima Shei MD
According to The American Lung Association, the indoor air quality of one’s home could be 2-5 times worse than the air outdoors, thanks to a study done by the EPA! That is pretty scary considering some reports say we spend 90% of our time indoors. So, there are a few strategies that the EPA recommends for reducing indoor air pollution, controlling sources of pollution, ventilating adequately and cleaning indoor air.
If your writing space smells a bit funky, like a gym locker room, here are some tips to lose the smell, dust and nasty air.