“As we all work to cope with the changes that are happening due to COVID-19, Hayward Score is committed to bringing you fact-based, expert resources to help you and your family live in a home that supportive of good health. We’ll add new resources frequently, so check back and follow us on social media.”
– Bill Hayward, CEO & Founder Hayward Score
Not only is fresh air a “natural disinfectant” but it can also help to dilute virus-carrying particulates. It can also help to keep you from feeling “foggy” and the house from feeling “stuffy.” Opening your windows is one of the easiest things you can do to keep your home and family healthy.
Staying at home has presented families with lots of challenges – but have you considered that experiencing health symptoms (not related to COVID-19) may be one of them? Extended exposure to the changing environment inside your home (like higher CO2 levels or more chemicals from increased cleaning) can cause you or family members not to feel well at home. Consider what might be impacting how you feel at home.
As we are all coming to terms with an issue of enormous scale and human impact, our thoughts are with everyone globally as we are confronted by the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Home is the foundation of good physical and mental health. Now that many people are finding themselves, and their families, home for longer periods of time, we wanted to pass along a few tips to show you how not to turn your home into an indoor chemistry experiment.
Air cleaners (also called air purifiers) can be an important tool for reducing your exposure to airborne particulate matter and thereby reducing the health risks associated with that exposure.
The COVID-19 virus has many similarities with the other corona-type viruses, plus those for the common cold and the flu. Therefore, routine preventive measures for those also apply to COVID-19. However, COVID-19 also has critically important differences.
The COVID-19 pandemic is at the top of everyone’s mind, both by public health mandate and for personal survival. COVID-19 is called a “novel” coronavirus because it is a new variation within the family of the more common coronaviruses, and also because it is occurring in a world, unlike previous viruses.