Life is too short to worry about it
It Turns out, outdoor air pollution isn’t the biggest offender either. Indoor air has been shown to be 2-5 times as contaminated as outdoor air in some places, and indoor air is often much more stagnant.
According to the EPA, our indoor environment is two to five times more toxic than our outdoor environment, and in some cases, the air measurements indoors have been found to be 100 times more polluted.
Substances like chemical-based cleaners, air fresheners, cosmetics and detergents can further pollute indoor air and contribute to poor indoor air quality. An easy way to reduce this type of indoor air pollution is to switch to non-toxic options. Essential oils can also be dispersed into the air using a nubilizer that can clean the air. Soy wax candles can also help.
I found a short list of plants that were good at filtering indoor air, There are some picture on the left that can help too. were resilient and were considered non-toxic for children, and these are the house plants we currently have :
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