Letting the air in with faux wood blinds

Jul 13 2010

Letting the air in with faux wood blinds
Letting the air in with faux wood blinds
After a long work day, the first thing that people want to do is get home and relax. Unfortunately, that's often not possible, especially if there are pets, children or spouses waiting after the commute.

Kaboose.com offers a few tried-and-true suggestions to reduce stress. One of these is to try and stop thinking about the future, instead just focusing on the present. This way, all the things that need to be done disappear and it's easier to focus on the task at hand.

One of the lesser known methods of mediating stress is to breathe outside air. "Fresh air is chemically different than the recirculated indoor air that most Americans breathe," Dr Bernell Baldwin told the website. He further claims that one of the benefits of outdoor oxygen is that it serves as natural protection against "the physical changes linked to anxiety."

If there's no time to walk outside and breathe the fresh air, faux wood blinds may provide a healthy alternative. With the adjustable slats, one can open and close the blinds to allow air inside the house but without allowing too much sunlight into the room.

Faux wood blinds are affordable and durable. Since they can also be easily washed, they are certain to cause more relaxation than stress.
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