New Year’s resolutions often emphasize healthy lifestyle changes. Here are four reasons why this should include improving your indoor air quality. As New Year’s Eve approaches, many people are deciding on what will be their coveted “New Year’s resolutions.” Typically health-related or focused on improving some aspect of their lifestyle, most people promise themselves to […]Continue reading Four Healthy Air Quality Resolutions to Make in the New Year
With each season, the skincare products we use change. Winter is no exception. This season, humidifiers are the secret to your winter skincare routine. If you live in a place that experiences any type of cold weather, you might know somebody that claims to use a humidifier to counteract the dryness of the air when […]Continue reading The Winter Skincare Product You Need: Humidifiers
Before hosting your next party this holiday season, check your home for these hazardous indoor air pollutants that could be lurking in your air. Poor air quality can lead to respiratory health concerns and symptoms including, coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, pneumonia, emphysema, bronchitis, heart failure, respiratory infection, and reduced or impaired lung function. Individuals […]Continue reading Kickoff a Healthy Holiday Season with our Air Quality Checklist
Fall is a special time of year and warrants celebrating. It can also bring dry air and aggravating allergies. Here are our tips to enjoy fall in peace. Football season, pumpkin patches, and back-to-school season are all hallmarks of it being fall. While there are so many great things to celebrate about the fall season, it, […]Continue reading Celebrate Fall While Tackling Dry Air and Allergies
With plenty of research and studies on air quality’s effect on office work performance, shouldn’t we be focusing on our classroom environments too? It’s a hot topic: cognitive function and air quality. Several studies have been conducted to show work performance varies when indoor air conditions are changed. Overwhelming evidence revealed that air quality does indeed affect […]Continue reading Students and Teachers Deserve Healthy Air Quality in Classrooms
Just in time for Mother’s Day, flowers are in full bloom this spring. Don’t let allergies ruin your spring activities, use these tips for prevention. Pollen gets transported from plant to plant by insects, wind, birds, and other animals. This makes spending time outside difficult for those who suffer from pollen allergies. Pollen can also […]Continue reading April Showers Bring May Flowers (and Irritating Allergies)!
In preparation for spring, we have compiled seven simple ideas to get out of hibernation mode and back into a healthy lifestyle. We have finally hit the first day of spring, but Chicago’s wacky weather this winter has us all a bit confused. Chicago experienced an extremely mild winter this year. We’ve even reached record-breaking […]Continue reading Seven Healthy Lifestyle Ideas to Get Out of Hibernation Mode
As snowstorm Stella wreaks havoc across much of the country, we’re reminded why you should use your Venta Airwasher year-round. Winter is not officially over! If Stella has taught us anything so far, it’s that unpredictable weather is just one of the many reasons why your Venta Airwasher should be running year-round, and not only […]Continue reading Five Reasons Why the Venta Airwasher is a Year-Round Product
It’s no secret that musicians and singers are big fans of humidifiers. Maintaining a healthy level of indoor humidity is essential for instrument and voice care. Musicians and singers from all over the world rely on Venta to provide healthy indoor air quality so they can perform at their best. Team Venta was ecstatic to […]Continue reading Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Singer Relies on Venta
World renowned Austrian pianist Alfred Brendel joins the Venta Family along other musical artists such as Nigel Kennedy and José Carreras. As a musical artist, there are many factors that affect the sound and performance of your instrument or voice. For piano players, violin players or guitar aficionados, indoor air moisture is an exceptionally important […]Continue reading Renowned Pianist Alfred Brendel Joins Venta Family
Beat the dry skin winter blues before they even hit. Preparing your skin for the harsh, cold, dry winter air starts now with these tips. For much of the US, winter is a unique beast that can wreak havoc on your skin. Between battling cold, dry outdoor air and being cooped up indoors with dry heater […]Continue reading Preparing Your Skin for the Harsh Winter: It Starts Now
A restful night of sleep is one of the most sought-after parts of our day but is seldom achieved. What if air quality is the key to getting great sleep? By the end of the day, getting a good night’s sleep is on all our minds. While there is plenty of advice that exists to […]Continue reading Want to Sleep Better? Change Your Indoor Air Quality
Think dry skin is only a problem in the winter? We take a look at the causes of dry skin that can be a summer bummer and the remedies for easy healing. No matter what your summer plans involve, taking an exotic vacation, enjoying time off from school, or just working in an office, dry […]Continue reading What’s the Deal with Dry Skin in the Summer?
Venta was a gold-level sponsor at this year’s Art for Animals event, which is organized by the Eastwood Ranch Foundation to save at-risk animals. Each year in the United States 2.7 million dogs and cats are euthanized. However, the Eastwood Ranch Foundation works hard to find at-risk pets loving homes, which is why Venta was […]Continue reading Venta Sponsors Eastwood Ranch’s Art for Animals
Does music festival season inspire you to pick up your dusty guitar? Stay on top of your guitar maintenance with our essential humidification tips. Summer is here, and with it comes music festival season. Chicago’s very own world-renowned (and FREE!) Blues Festival kicks off this weekend, drawing blues fans and guitar enthusiasts from across the […]Continue reading Guitar Maintenance: Humidification for Essential Care
Pollution makes breathing hard, but how does it impact your skin? We examine the damaging effects of pollution and the solutions that protect your skin. Uneven skin tone? Accelerated aging? Loss of firmness? All of these are evidence of the damage air pollution has on your skin. You already know diet and exercise play an […]Continue reading The Astonishing Ways Pollution is Damaging Your Skin
Having a pet is great, but sometimes they can bring unwanted hazards into the house. Make sure you’re keeping your home safe from these hazards! Dogs and cats who spend time unsupervised outdoors for as little as 10 minutes or as long as 10 hours can bring in questionable elements that can be hazardous to […]Continue reading Are Your Pets Tracking These Outdoor Hazards into Your Home?
New parents face many concerns when they have a baby. We examine a few ways you can make sure your home is the healthiest for your newborn. The first few years of life with a baby is full of surprises, love, and can certainly be a little bit stressful at times. Providing a picture-perfect environment […]Continue reading Baby Steps: How to Keep a Healthy Home for Your Little Ones
Between hydration for the body and proper instrument maintenance, humidity is essential for musicians and their instruments to be successful in their art. Outside of the body, the amount of humidity indoor air contains fluctuates just as it does outside. Hour by hour, day by day, year after year, humidity and heat rise and fall. […]Continue reading Why Humidity is Essential for Musicians and their Instruments
Breathing fresh air is something we all take for granted. Clean your indoor air with some space-age greenery with these NASA-approved plants. When the indoor air around you gives you an unruly vibe, it’s hard to concentrate let alone be productive. This pollution can come from anywhere in your home from combustible sources of gas, […]Continue reading Three NASA Approved Plants that Improve Your Indoor Air Quality
As health and safety are primary concerns in schools, it is no wonder that initiatives are being taken to improve the air quality in schools across the US. In 2011, the United States Department of Education introduced a Green Ribbon Schools award that honors schools and districts that are making changes in reducing our ecological […]Continue reading Six Ways to Monitor Your Child’s Air Quality at School