Is The Air In Your Home Making You Stupid? You Might Be Surprised. You may want to reconsider looking at how invisible contaminants are hijacking your behavior, thoughts and mood. And then retrofit your work space accordingly.
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Would you think twice if breathing in polluted air could wreak havoc on your DNA, mutating your genes in as few as three days, causing increased rates of cancer and other diseases? If you've never assessed the effects of environmental pollution inside and outside your home, you may want to reconsider looking at how invisible contaminants are hijacking your behavior, thoughts and mood.
It started with clean eating, and now clean breathing seems to be on trend, as billions of people are forced to consider the health ramifications of widespread pollution. There's a reason the air-purification systems market is expected to surpass $9.2 billion by 2025. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 91 percent of the world's population lives in places that fall short of WHO's air-quality standards, contributing to 4.2 million deaths worldwide every year.