Chores can get old. Vacuuming should be a weekly task, however, it easy to avoid projects that can feel too repetitive. Even wearing a backpack vacuum and pretending to be a ghostbuster gets old. For better motivation reviewing why a task is important can help increase desire. Constant vacuuming provides many unseen benefits. Here are some of those benefits.
Improved Home Hygiene
Carpets, upholstery and even the mattress trap dust, pet dander, dust mites, pollen, dirt, and unwanted particles. All this debris carries allergies or elicit asthma symptoms.
When inhaling these nasty particles, they can aggravate allergies, causing annoying runny noses, sneezing and coughs. To beat the battle of the dreaded allergies, experts at the Asthma and Allergy Foundation in America recommend that you vacuum once (or twice) a week. This prevents the microscopic particles from being released back into the air.
Gives you better skin
If the dirt particles do not make it to the ground, or in your lungs, they can get embedded in the skin. Dirt particles circulating around the home can irritate sensitive skin, causing itch and rashes. Vacuuming thoroughly will suck up grim, dust and dirt on all surfaces. With the right attachments you can even vacuum window sills, blinds, beneath the furniture, inside cupboards and drawers and even your computer keyboard.
Tried of paying for a gym membership? Get ripped at home. Well, maybe not ripped, but you’ll differently get an effective workout and a clean place. Research has revealed vacuum cleaning is a productive way of exercising your body. The act of vacuuming keeps you focused on the task instead of the physical effort you're putting into it. The majority of the work your body does involves nearly all your body's major muscles and your senses. The more you vacuum the healthy you and cleaner your place will be.
Improved Indoor Air Quality
Sick Building Syndrome is typically caused by poor air quality. Clean air is important in your home and office, particularly for those with asthma or allergies. Walking on dirty floors will kick up dirt particles into the air in which can easily be inhaled. Regular vacuuming will help clean the air and improve the overall air quality.
Many studies have documented having a clean and organized home has a positive effect on mood and reduces stress. Vacuuming is a keystone to keeping a clean place.