My number one priority is keeping my family safe, y’all. That’s why I try to make everyone eat healthily, and I always make them text me when they’ve reached their destination. Also, I try to make my home as safe of an environment as possible. That’s why repair specialists are constantly coming over to check things out. This is a list of common household problems that affect your health. After reading, you might call a few trained professionals to take a look at things.
Water’s pH Level
All water has a different pH level. H20 with a higher pH is more acidic, and water with a lower pH is basic. Well, it turns out that the various pH levels can affect your health. Drinking too much basic water can cause frequent heartburn, and acidic water can even make you vomit. None of these health problems sound appealing, y’all. That’s why I have a water treatment company to take a look at my home’s pipes every year. I want to ensure the H20 my family’s drinking is as pure as possible.
Poor Air Quality
Allergies are the worst, y’all. I get sneeze attacks every time I step outside in the spring. That’s why I try to keep my house’s air as clean as possible. I don’t want any of us to get an allergy attack at home! I try my best to clean my vents every few months to get rid of harmful dust. I also ask the kiddos to dust objects around the house to keep us all sneeze-free. Keeping the air free of pollen, dust, and dander gives me peace of mind for those of us who are allergy-prone. Y’all should give these steps a try if your eyes are more watery than usual when you’re hanging out at home.
No Natural Light
Another common household problem that affects your health is decreased exposure to natural light. We’ve all been stuck inside for entirely too long this year—that’s why we need all the sunshine we can get. Decreased exposure to natural light can make you less productive and severely alter your vitamin D levels. So, please, think about opening the blinds this summer and letting the light in! You may add a little more pep to your step.