The ability to smell is one of the most powerful human senses. Because of the way your brain processes odors, different scents can evoke strong emotions or memories. They can also help you interpret your surroundings.
When you smell something, your brain uses scent cues to
Most people spend around a third of their lives in their bedrooms (assuming you get around eight hours of sleep a night, which is one-third of the day). So, it stands to reason that placing an air purifier near your bed can give you uninterrupted
Wildfires have always contributed to air pollution. However, until recently, most particle pollution in the western United States was created by emissions from vehicles and industrial sources. With the drastic increase in wildfires over the past few years, wildfire smoke has risen to be one
This holiday season we’re very excited to partner with interior design expert Bobby Berk who shares our goal of celebrating design that is both functional and aesthetic. The global Covid-19 pandemic has both the party thrower and the party goer thinking a little differently about
Sleep is essential for mental health, physical health and your overall quality of life. Chronic sleep deficiency can affect brain function and heart health, as well as increase the risk of certain health conditions, such as diabetes, obesity, kidney disease and stroke.
Unfortunately, sleep is often
Whether you are returning after a weekend off or months of working at home, you might feel reluctant to head back to the office — especially if your work environment makes you feel uncomfortable. If you often notice yourself feeling unwell while you are in
Whether you want to decrease allergens in your home, get rid of a lingering bad odor, or remove unhealthy airborne chemicals, an air purifier can help improve your indoor air quality. However, not all types of air filtration can handle different types of pollutants found
Concerns about air quality are becoming more common, especially as wildfire season stretches longer each year and air pollution remains a pressing issue. Unfortunately, air pollution is not just confined to the outdoors, but there are steps you can take to protect the air quality
With the Covid-19 pandemic now dragging on well into its second year, it has become increasingly clear that we will have to find long-term ways to adapt to and deal with the virus. For better or worse, this crisis has created an unprecedented interest in
Contaminants in your indoor air do not just come from pollution outside — in fact, there are many ways in which indoor air can be even more polluted than outdoors. Mold, industrial chemicals, carbon dioxide and several other pollutants can build up in closed spaces