Canadians think that we spend 68% of our time indoors, but in reality, most of us spend 90% of our time indoors without getting enough daylight or fresh air.
We have managed to block ourselves off from the dangers of the outside world, but the truth is, indoor air is 5x more polluted than outdoor air.
Science has shown that the air pollution in our homes have detrimental effects on our health and well-being. It can cause issues ranging from headaches, sore eyes, allergies, asthma and worse. A lack of direct sunlight can also cause a Vitamin D deficiency which contributes to fatigue, tiredness and low mood.