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May 16, 2022
Life is changing fast. From spending much time outdoors to being almost locked indoors, our lifestyle has evolved. As much our day is spent indoors, the only amount of sunlight and fresh air we get is mostly on our way to schools or offices. And to make up for this highly reduced interaction with the outer environment, we need to transform our indoor space into a much healthier version. It also holds great importance because a healthier environment leads to an active lifestyle. So, here are 4 ways to transform your indoor space into a much healthier one.
Just as plants need sunlight for photosynthesis, we humans also need it for a healthy lifestyle. From the medical point of view, sunlight is required by humans for the absorption of vitamin D. As we all know, vitamin D is extremely important for our bones, and our body’s framework. No workout or exercise plan is going to work without stronger bones. Similarly, a house not getting enough sunlight is creating a very unhealthy environment. Such an indoor space is very much likely to get infected with bacteria and viruses. So to get rid of these germs and help your family stay fit you need to have enough sunlight getting in your house. This will not only keep the indoor environment safe but also help your family stay active and rejuvenated.
Just as air quality is a mandatory factor when studying the world’s weather, similarly the air we breathe indoors is also pivotal for our family’s health. Having a stuffy and smelly house creates so much repulsion to healthy activities and positive vibes. Proper ventilation and air conditioning are a must for creating a healthy indoor space. For achieving good air conditioning at home you need to have good HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning) supplies. High-quality HVAC supplies keep the temperature and overall atmosphere of your house in check. For utmost air quality control, you can also couple it with a nice air purifier as well. A healthy air to breathe in keeps your body active which is the driving force of our lives.
Indoor activities need space. But most of the time this space is taken up by a lot of unnecessary things placed in our living rooms to be specific. We have so much of useless decoration pieces or boxes just lying in our homes taking up precious space and usually, this happens unintentionally. One thing that we are not aware of, is that this same space once freed from the useless stools and boxes can be utilized in many healthy physical activities. And to create this healthy space you need to declutter your house in the first place. Get rid of all those things that are either not serving any purpose at the moment or have done their job. Get rid of the old, and make space for more walking, running, and playing space for your kids and yourself.
Choosing the right color scheme for your house is the real deal. The right color can make a small house look spacious and vice versa. As we used to study at school, absorbing and reflecting on colors, the same principle works when choosing colors for your house. Light colors can make your house look spacious and open. White and light greys make your house look bright and fresh. While setting very dark colors for walls and furniture will absorb too much light and make your room look congested. Light colors along with some sunlight naturally uplift your indoor space. And this positivity radiates in every aspect of your life.
A homely home is one having a very soothing and fresh indoor space. And not every house has all those golden factors naturally, sometimes you need to create them yourself. Creating a healthy indoor space simply needs little of your effort towards investment in getting the right air conditioning supplies, selecting the right color pallet, helping sunlight reach indoors, and getting rid of the old. These 4 ways will help groom your indoor space into a healthier version.
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