How often do you think about what’s in the air you breathe? You might give it a thought when you’re outside exercising, and probably when you see a Knozone Action Day alert. “Air pollution” usually refers to the air outside, but what about the air inside your house, or inside your workplace?

Indoor air pollution can often be worse than outdoor pollution and usually comes from unassuming sources. We’ve covered some of those before. Here are some of the common pollutants that may be sneaking indoors and the health problems they bring with them.

Your home should be your haven, not a harbor for things that could make you sick. Here are some ways you can get rid of these toxins in your home:

Read More:
Indoor Air Quality Part 1
Indoor Air Quality Part 3