A Recipe for Sickness
The truth of the matter is that the quality of the air in our homes isn’t so hot. It is not living air, it is sick air. We worry about all the toxins from cars and industrial plants outside, but we don’t realize that it is worse inside! The recipe for such poor air is to take marginal outside air and add to it a multitude of molds, bacteria, and synthetic byproducts from carpets, paint, etc. This equals air that is many times more toxic than what you breathe outside.
Sometimes There is Not an Easy Answer
What can you do? Well, of course, spending more time outdoors isn’t such a bad idea. But many of us must spend a sizeable amount of time in our homes. This can play out in loss of energy, development of allergies, and other health issues. Even if you keep your home spotless, this can still be the case.
And These Guys Are Illusive and Malicious
These little guys that attack us are pretty hard to isolate and pin down. They seep through the tiniest cracks and pores and their vapors, spores, and minute particles swirl around us and through us constantly. These are the little culprits that are making you tired, allergic, and sick.
Purification – A Sticky Answer
The solution is to defend yourself by actively creating living air right in your home. There are many devices designed to do this. Cleaning systems, like air ozonators, have their own inherent health risks. And systems that filter the air mechanically or attract particles to collectors have maintenance and volume restrictions.
Copying Nature’s Safest and Most Effective Solutions
As often is the case, it seems that the answer is in a multiple eclectic approach. A combination of techniques duplicating nature’s own methods is most effective and maintenance free. This includes using UV rays, ionization, and safe oxidizers.
A Defense That Works
Since we are under attack, it is comforting to know that nature has provided us with simple ways to maximize our defense. If you have to spend a lot of time indoors, a simple nature simulating unit can turn your sick air into living air, give you many happy full lungs of fresh air, and make a big difference in your health.
Health cures have been the author’s long-time passion. Sickness is not our legacy. The most powerful healing is simple and affordable. Brent lives near Portland, Oregon and is a massage therapist that enjoys writing and outdoor sports.