Lifestyle & Wellness

How to Improve the Air Quality of Your Home


Dur­ing the win­ter months, your nose might not be the only thing feel­ing stuffy. As tem­per­a­tures drop, we keep doors and win­dows closed and use fur­naces to keep our hous­es warm. Over time, the lack of fresh air can reduce the air qual­i­ty indoors, caus­ing upper res­pi­ra­to­ry symp­toms and, if you suf­fer from asth­ma, more fre­quent or severe attacks. Board-cer­ti­fied aller­gy, asth­ma and immunol­o­gy spe­cial­ist, Dr. Andrey Leonov, shares tips to main­tain the air qual­i­ty in your home this winter.