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Snoring can also be caused by nasal congestion

Indoor air pollution levels can be two to four times higher than outdoor levels. It is especially important, when house cleaning, to remember the air around you. Most people spend 95% percent of their time indoors, working and living.

The are some tips to keep household air cleaner.

Keeping and control of animals. Pets can trigger allergy symptoms with dander. Bathe and groom pets regularly, and be sure to clean their bedding often. Get a vacuum with enough power to suck up animal hair.

Getting rid of dust in the house and keeping it clean is essential for a healthy. Dry mopping or dusting only scatters dust into the air so use a damp cloth or mop. Smooth flooring materials such as tile, vinyl or wood, if carpeting, choose a shorter nap or rugs that can be cleaned.

Suck it up. Be sure the vacuum you use is not just sucking up the dust and spitting it back out into the air. Get a strong vacuum, with excellent filtration. Find a vacuum with a high quality high efficiency particulate air filter. Or if possible, use a central vacuuming system with the receptacle outside the home or in the garage.

Reduce the effects of mold. Mold is inevitable, especially if you live in a humid climate, have unseen plumbing leaks or other sources of dampness. Look for leaks and any overt signs of mold, such as around windows, and keep basements dry. Do not over water houseplants.
The mites. You may not see these microscopic creatures but they are there. They thrive on the dust in bedding and upholstered furniture. Wash bedding, at least weekly, in hot water at least then 55 °C Celsius. Use allergen-resistant covers an in washable items.

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