There is no place like home—the warm, memory-filled dwelling you grew up in, the place you return to at the end of a long day, and the sanctuary that rejuvenates you before you go back to face the outside world. Of course, you want this place to be safe, peaceful and free from household toxins—a place that helps you de-stress and unwind from the fast-paced modern world.You spray some air freshener to freshen up the air in your home, and then you calmly take a deep breath to inhale the lavender, lemon-infused scent. But beware: You are probably also taking in some volatile organic compounds —substances that can irritate your eyes, nose, and throat, and even damage your central nervous system and other organs, and might even be carcinogenic. Unfortunately, this chemicals—which ideally are the first and easiest things to detox from your home—come not only from typical air fresheners, but also from paints and building supplies, toilet deodorizers, mothballs, other aerosol spray products , chlorine bleach, detergent, cheap candles, and dry-cleaning chemical residues. Indoor air pollution can also come from dust ; lead from wall paint or drinking water; formaldehyde from pressed wood products, combustion sources, or even clothing; and smoke from residential wood, cheap candles, or incense burning, among many, many others. According to the World Health Organization, 3.8 million premature deaths every year from noncommunicable diseases such as stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases, and lung cancer can be attributed to exposure to household air pollution. Can your safe haven be slowly damaging your health? Clearly there is good reason to detox your home. Incorporate in your home decorating natural indoor plants that thrive without sunlight and naturally purify and detoxify your eco-sanctuary. Wide variety is readily available and also inexpensive.Go Natural.