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How to Make Your Home a Wellness Haven

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A home’s well-being is as important as the relationship between the residents. Any gender can agree that a home with wellness is more cosy and even more healthy. You can feel safe and secure only at the place where nothing could harm your health. In this kind of place you can get away from your worries and work, and find energy. This is a place where you can be yourself and make friends. What can be done to create this peaceful harmony?

  • Put your bed in order

Replace old wool or cotton pillows with newer ones. The bed filled with a hypoallergenic, comfortable and hygienic synthetic filling will give you more pleasure. Allergic people who have pillows made from wool are more likely to be uncomfortable. Choose modern pillows made of natural cotton, wool, or rubber when choosing a mattress. Avoid synthetic bedding. Modern pillows are more difficult to access for micro insects. Avoid synthetic fabrics. Your health can be affected by fabric softeners and scented detergents also. These products can leave some parts on your bedding and cause you to sleep with chemicals every night if you use them every week. Wash your laundry with vinegar or baking soda at least once a week. Choose odorless detergents.

  • Soften the paints

Paint the walls with pastel colors: pale violet or any other shades of white and brown, faded brown, cream, beige and rose. Non-toxic paints are recommended. Some dyes can emit unpleasant odors due to volatile chemicals. They can also cause long-term poisoning in rooms. To avoid any bad smell, the bedroom can be scented with essential oils if you apply it before painting. You can use lemon, clove, orange, clove, sandalwood, or vanilla.

  • You need to get rid of all the mess

You can take a look at what is in your room and get rid of anything that you haven’t used for a while. For example, books are a favorite hobby of book lovers. Multivolume editions can create a depressing environment. You should only keep one or two books near you, and the rest on the shelves. Keep things from being too close together. Let the air between everything, leave more space empty. This will open up the room to new possibilities.

  • Make it more beautiful

You can add beauty to your walls by adding photos of your loved ones. They carry positive energy and bring joy. One photo collage is sufficient to transform a bedroom into a photo gallery. Avoid using bright colors or a lot of patterns on your walls. Even if you like it, bedroom is not a perfect place for them.

  • Reduce lighting

Melatonin (a sleep hormone) is sensitive to both – light and dark. Apply thin cotton curtains to the windows. Honeycomb blinds are a great option. Open them at dawn. These steps will allow you to live in harmony with the natural rhythm. Lamps are an important part of the design. Lamps create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Make sure to dimming the lights and take care of nightlights.

  • Let’s be more eco-friendly

Radiation from Ecology. Radon. Sources: Walls of concrete, brick, granite, brick, plumbing and tiles.

Air conditioning can allow pathogenic bacteria to multiply (Aspergillus and Legionella). It thrives in conditions with high humidity and poor ventilation. They are very dangerous for children. It is used to make fire-resistant and insulating materials.

Asbestos is used to make ceiling tiles, flooring tiles, seals and mastics, as well as just tiles. Asbestos-containing dust can cause allergies and lead to cancer in the respiratory tract.

The main pollutants of water are in increased hardness, heavy metallics, organic matter and bacteria. Polluting factors include disruptions in the operation of the drainage system, industrial wastewater (for wells), household filters.

Mold fungi thrive in areas with high humidity, poor ventilation, and poor cleaning. High levels can lead to bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis and other allergic conditions. Polymeric materials include fiberboards contain phenol, ammonia, and formaldehyde. They can cause headaches, fatigue, reduced immunity, aggravation of allergies, and other symptoms such as headaches. Formaldehyde can cause cancer.

Noise can worsen the quality and conditions of your life. It can increase morbidity and cause mental and physiological reactions. Electromagnetic discord can cause disturbances in the nervous and reproductive systems, as well as the immune and endocrine systems. Household electrosmog can be caused by electrical wiring, switchboards and transformers as well as any other electrical appliances.

Aromatic hydrocarbons (benzene, ethylbenzene, toluene, butanol, xylenes, etc.) are toxic. They can be found in paints, varnishes and organic solvents. They are also known as oxydes of carbon, nitrogen, and sulphur. Sources: vehicles, industrial enterprises.

It is not surprising that the home, where most of our time is spent, is a place of wellness. Wellness is about happiness and health. These tips will help you transform your home into a wellness paradise.

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