Friday, April 7th marks World Health Day throughout the world, and also this year will celebrate the World Health Organisation's 75th birthday.
Created to improve the health and quality of life of millions of people around the globe, World Health Day is celebrated widely by many.
To mark the occasion this year, Housekeeping Co has created a list of five top tips to keep your home as healthy as possible.
A clean, tidy and organized space can even help improve your mental health as well as your physical wellbeing, and it won't be difficult to implement these into your routine.
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1. AIR QUALITY
The air in Dubai can often become full of dust and other unwanted particles, so ensure your home has an air purifier or dehumidifier inside. You spend a lot of time at home, so you want to make sure the air you breathe in there is as filtered and clean as possible.
2. CLEAN/DISINFECT SURFACES DAILY
Your whole house does not need deep cleaned every day, but it's a good idea to disinfect and wipe down surfaces like door handles, toilet seats, cupboards etc. where germs are likely to fester, and practice good housekeeping.
Keeping these clean will make a difference in what is transferred from surface to surface.
3. CARPET CLEANING/VACUUMING
Carpets are known to gather and draw in dust, so they should be regularly attended to and vacuumed to get rid of anything building up in the material.
Keeping your bed linen clean and fresh as well as your clothes, towels etc. is also a guaranteed way to make your home healthier. Guidance recommends you change your sheets at least once a week if you can.
5. DE-CLUTTER EVERY FEW MONTHS
Do not wait to have a big annual clear out, make sure you take multiple opportunities throughout the year to evaluate what you really need.
A home full and messy with years of unwanted items is more likely to gather dust, and be difficult to clean.
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