PREGNANCY and NEWBORNS
Fresh air is good for babies, but a study conducted by Columbia University’s Center for Children’s Environmental Health shows that the air a mother breathes during pregnancy is also important to baby’s health.
Fresh air not only improves baby's sleep but it also clean their lungs and increases oxygen intake. So be sure that you provide enough fresh air to your baby when he takes his firsts steps into the surrounding world or on his daily routine like outdoor walks.
MIND and STUDY
Bad indoor climates in schools negatively affect learning. Better air helps workers and students think better, and improves productivity and health. Clean, fresh air has been shown to reduce sick building syndrome and people taking days off for illness. Sick building syndrome, caused by poorly designed and ventilated buildings, includes symptoms such as eye irritation, headaches, coughing and chest tightness.
Fresh clean air also helps you to thing better, increases your energy levels and helps you to achieve more sharper mind. The fact is, that your brain consume twenty percent of your body's oxygen. The optimal amount of oxygen brings greater clarity to the brain, improves concentration and helps you to think more clearly.
Fresh air helps the airways of your lungs to dilate more fully and improves the cleansing action of your lungs. When you exhale, your lungs are known to release airborne toxins from your body.
Think how many times a day you want to have a BREATH of fresh air during your working time. Especially those who work in overcrowded offices,or those exposed to polluted air. The revitalization of fresh air is remarkably effective.