Air Pollution and Your Health

When most people think about air pollution and their health images of smog and car exhaust come to mind.

However the average person spends approximately 90% of their time indoors and the pollutant levels in most indoor environments are considerably worse than those found in the air outside.

Many studies have found links between the toxins and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and many health problems including sick building syndrome, asthma, allergies, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple chemical sensitivities, damage to immune and nervous systems, decreased fertility and even cancer.

A recent report by Dr Mark Donohoe suggests along with diet, the indoor environment may exert the single biggest modifiable influence on the health of the community.

Click here to read the report by Dr Mark Donohoe