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The pandemic, and all the requisite sheltering-in-place that has accompanied it, has apparently driven up sales of a motley array of items: beans, puzzles, yeast, face masks, stationary bikes, inflatable pools in the warmer months, and, as it gets colder, outdoor space heaters. But the looming threat of an airborne virus coupled with all the time spent at home has also made many of us acutely aware of what we’re breathing in as we’re doing all that baking and puzzling—and keenly interested in figuring out means of making it better. Not to mention that many of the activities that we do from the comfort of our homes, like, say, that aforementioned baking with a gas stove, can actually be the source of some of the issues with the air.“Indoor-home air quality will be top of mind for the foreseeable future,” says Justin Seidenfeld, founder of Canopy, an innovative new humidifier brand. “People are spending so much time at home, and they’re investing, not only into making it look like an oasis, but also in making it as healthy and safe as possible.” Online sales of air purifiers jumped 105% in spring 2020, compared to the same period a year earlier.But is the marketing of purified air for your home just that, marketing? Or can it actually have a positive, and perceptible, impact on your health? Experts say yes and no. L. James Lo, Ph.D., a professor of architectural engineering at Drexel University who studies the health effects of indoor ventilation, says air purifiers can help in reducing the infectivity of aerosolized viruses. “An air purifier removes particles, and aerosolized viral droplets are very small particles,” says Dr. Lo. How much they can help depends on their CADR, or “clean air delivery rate,” meaning, as Dr. Lo explains, the equivalent of how much fresh air is being delivered into a space. “The downside here is that air purifiers can only be very effective in small spaces,” he adds. (This downside feels less negative when you consider the size of most New York City apartments.) Purvi Parikh, MD, an allergist with Allergy & Asthma Network, adds that while HEPA filters (the high-efficiency filters found in most of the fancier devices on the market) add a critical layer of protection, they are not foolproof. “Moreover, unless there’s a large amount of virus in the air and larger droplets, the purifier may not help as some viral particles may be too small for a HEPA filter, especially if aerosolized,” explains Dr. Parikh. She says that from a COVID standpoint, filtering the air in your home is certainly good, but less of a necessity than limiting visitors, wearing a mask, and frequently hand-washing. Both Dr. Lo and Dr. Parikh agree that opening windows and doors to circulate air can provide a risk reduction similar to most air-purification devices.

Studying studied shirt

mental health right now,” says Rohan. She recommends following a schedule, including a consistent bedtime and wake-up time in the morning, and maintaining a routine that includes getting up, showering, getting dressed, and eating meals at regular intervals to positively affect mental health.Find a hobby that can be done inside and make time to do it every day, says Rohan, suggesting simple pleasures like reading a book, playing a game, cooking, or taking a bath. “This is an opportunity to redefine what it means to have fun when things are canceled or closed,” she adds.“Limit your time on COVID-19-related news to no more than 30 minutes per day,” she instructs. Moreover, choose reputable sources, such as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) or your state’s department of health. According to the National Institutes of Health, exposure to a greater number of traditional media sources and more hours on social media was associated with mental distress during the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S.During this uncertain, emotionally charged time, Rohan recommends monitoring your thinking, asking yourself questions like: Are you having a lot of catastrophic thoughts about the virus and making a lot of predictions about bad things to come? Are you ruminating about the virus much of the day? Are you dwelling on all the things that are now closed or canceled? “Intolerance of uncertainty, i.e., finding ambiguity stressful, is related to anxiety,” she explains. In addition to distracting yourself from these thoughts with mood-boosting activities, she encourages patients to try to focus on the positive aspects. “This is an opportunity to witness the world coming together in an unprecedented way to solve a problem,” she says. “Remember that this is temporary. No one knows exactly how long this will last, but this too shall pass.”

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Lull yourself into a peaceful state with Kate McLeod’s chamomile and lavender-infused solid cocoa butter blend, which miraculously melts into limbs for soft-to-the-touch—not to mention soothingly-scented—skin.Anytime the holiday stress starts to wear on you, simply reach for one of Supernatural’s tasty plant-based gummies, which quiet the nervous system by way of lavender, skullcap leaf, oat straw, and cortisol-lowering ashwagandha.For those willing to splurge, look no further than Healthyline’s Goop-approved heat therapy mat, which is surely one of the most decadent relaxation gifts on the market. Combining hot stones, far-infrared light, red light, pulsed electromagnetic fields, and negative ions with 13 pounds of natural tourmaline and jade, it can help align our bodies and souls—a holiday season must.Light up Bodha’s made-in-Japan, violet-colored incense sticks to fill your home with the calming aroma of lavender, clary sage, and rosewood. Breathe in, breathe out. Based on a guarded Medieval pharmacopeia recipe, this potent botanical tonic—containing extracts of lavender, California poppy, skullcap, lemon balm, elderberry, elderflower, and catnip—quiets the mind without making you drowsy.No matter if you’re on the road or staying put this holiday season, London-based label Ven Store’s super-soft cashmere travel set—a blanket, an eye mask, fine-ribbed socks, and a pillow cover-slash-bag to stash it all in—has got you (very cozily) covered.“Netflix and chill” might be the phrase on our minds these days, but film buffs will tell you that even the monstrous streaming service doesn’t hold a candle to the Criterion Channel’s vast library of cinematic masterpieces, ranging from those of the Australian New Wave to the work of legendary directors Agnès Varda and Claire Denis—all available for just $11 per month. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show. It may not be possible to step foot inside Los Angeles’s Flamingo Estate—the fantastical 1940s home of Richard Christiansen—but now we can experience a bit of its magic in our own abodes, thanks to Christiansen’s new lifestyle line, which is made up of the likes of tinctures, hand sanitizers, and biodynamic steams, such as this sustainably-made, soothing blend.

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