Carbon monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas that can build up indoors and you have no way to detect it until you start to feel ill. Appliances like water heating systems, cookers, boilers, and open fires can release carbon monoxide.

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Installing carbon monoxide detectors is a crucial way to protect you and your loved ones from CO gas poisoning whether you are sleeping or awake. In this case, the CO builds up and the detector will alert both the resident and the central station.

Smoke detectors are already a common home appliance, but smart smoke alarms are way more convenient. These ones have advantages over the classic smoke alarms, some of them detect not only smoke but also changes in temperature to detect a fire before the smoke occurs, you can regulate the sensitivity to avoid false alarms and you can control it remotely through your smartphone.

Another must-have item (perfect for those who experience seasonal depression) is a special full-spectrum lamp.

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that begins and ends about the same type every year and a popular effective treatment for it is light therapy. A SAD lamp uses light therapy that is applied using a lightbox that mimics natural sunlight, you can place it near your workplace or the space of home you use the most.

Light therapy works by affecting brain chemicals related to mood including the release of serotonin, which is a neurotransmitter that makes you feel happy, it also reduces the production of melatonin which is a hormone that regulates the circadian rhythms and makes you feel tired.

Dry air has many negative effects on your health, it can irritate your nose, give you itchy skin, worsen the symptoms of the cold and asthma. It can also affect the condition of your home so it is important to prevent the air in your home from becoming dry and one of the best ways to do it is by installing an air humidifier

It can improve the condition of your skin and regain lost moisture. It can improve your symptoms of flu and cold such as snoring, sore throat, and itchy nose. It creates a less favorable environment for viruses and bacteria as well as protects your home.

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