Clean air is considered to be a basic requirement of human health and well-being. However, air pollution continues to pose a significant threat to health worldwide – The World Health Organisation (WHO).
Polluted air can cause many unpleasant symtoms – Indoor Air Pollution – An introduction for health professionals
Particularly susceptible to poor air quality are the very young the elderly, people with respiratory problems (e.g. asthma, lung disease), vasomotor rhinitis, allergies, sinitus, and some other health conditions. Also people who are very exhausted and stressed, and people with environmental illness (SBS, BRI, CIRS, MCS) and heavy metal toxicity.
The information at this site is for your consideration only. It is not intended to replace proper diagnosis and treatment guidance from a health professional. This is not medical advise.
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