The air you breathe might pollute your lungs, heart and brain.

November 6, 2017

Changing the quality of the air we breathe will dramatically improve our health condition.


Unfortunately indoor air is subject to stagnation. The micro particles inflame the bronchial tubes, causing asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, pneumonia and disrupt the system of blood clotting enough to facilitate the formation of thrombus.


Hence the increase in the number of cases of heart attack, stroke and embolism. It therefore becomes essential to implement significant changes in a capillary way: all enclosed places where we spend the day, such as office, school, hospital, should be able to guarantee us clean and healthy air.


Thus also it improves our chances of future health. Diseases and  thrombosis do not affect only the elderly, but also young people: in children cause bronchial asthma and chronic inflammation of the tonsils and adenoids, making them vulnerable and exposed to the threat of viruses that swarm in the air.


The risk of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases should not be underestimated. Each one of us has the responsibility to choose a healthy lifestyle  and to invest in their quality of life.


Being a Pure Air Zone means making the world a better place to live.


Join the pure air zone social community on Facebook and show you would like a change in Indoor Air Quality standards.


















Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload

  • Grey Facebook Icon
  • Grey Twitter Icon
  • Grey YouTube Icon
  • Grey Pinterest Icon
  • Grey Instagram Icon
Please reload