BREATHING FRESH AIR INDOORS

Breathing clean air is vital to our health and well- being. Providing fresh, clean air for your family is a priority when evaluating your family’s health with possible lifestyle changes and healthy alternatives. If someone in your home suffers from fatigue, respiratory problems, or mystery ailments, indoor air pollution may be the problem. Most Americans spend 90% of their time indoors.
We hear about air pollution every day and the unpleasant effects can be seen with the growing number of respiratory ailments common in our families. No one is immune; we are a product of our environment and what we put in our bodies. The air we breathe may be causing headaches, dry eyes, nasal congestion, coughing, nausea, fatigue, skin rashes, dizziness, and mental distress. Offices, schools, and homes are filled with suffering occupants who are unaware there is a nature based option for relief without medicines. We grow accustomed to our everyday environment and do not realize the benefits of breathing fresh air until we have the opportunity to experience it personally. Our favorite vacation usually involves the beach, mountains, or a lake where natural purification of the air is at its best.
By re-creating nature’s processes indoors, we can breathe easier and many symptoms are possibly reduced or eliminated. Millions of families over the past 20 years have transformed their lives by focusing on the quality of their air indoors. Pollutants inside our homes are sealed in with our energy efficiency. We must be as smart about handling the indoor air pollutants as we are about energy conservation.
There is a safe, scientifically tested option that has principles developed by NASA to clean the air and prolong the life of plants on space missions and on the International Space Station. Imagine sending the same solution out into your indoor environment to attack the problem by duplicating the natural outdoor air cleansing effects of sunshine and thunderstorms to improve the air quality and kill germs on surfaces. Now there is technology that will sterilize airborne and surface microbes (germs, virus, bacteria, & mold) so you can be proactive to improve the condition of the indoor air in your home 24 hours a day.

By |2012-10-03T10:08:06+00:00October 3rd, 2012|Articles|
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