Increasing the ventilation rates and air distribution is often a cost-effective means of reducing indoor pollutant levels. Make sure that the system is operated and maintained to ensure that the design ventilation rates are attained. If there are strong pollutant sources, air may need to be vented directly to the outside. Ways to do this include routine maintenance of HVAC systems; replacing water-stained ceiling tiles and carpets; banning smoking or providing a separately ventilated room; venting contaminant source emissions to the outdoors; using and storing paints, solvents, pesticides, and adhesives in closed containers in well-ventilated areas; using those pollutant sources in periods of low or no occupancy; and allowing time for building materials in new or remodeled areas to off-gas pollutants before occupancy.
Common indoor plants may provide a valuable weapon in the fight against rising levels of indoor air pollution. But with increase in indoor toxin levels the absorbing ability of harmful gases and cleaning the air inside homes, indoor public spaces and office buildings are limited.
When we engage in outdoor activities, we sweat and this removes lot of toxins from our body and opens up the skin pores which eventually helps in improving skin elasticity
"Indoor air can be 2 to 5 times more polluted than the air outside your house"- EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). Outdoor air has only Category 1 of air pollutants. But Indoor air has all the 3 Categories of air pollutants.