Many conversations about health focus on the things we do to our bodies that are either good or bad. They focus on the food that is making us sick, and the healthier alternatives we need to eat more of… And the poor lifestyle choices that while may not be immediately bad for you, can impact your health when you’re older.
In a sense, we have some degree of control over these things. If we eat better, we are healthier. If we stop drinking, smoking, and work out more, our bodies will improve.
But there is one dimension of human health that is not completely in our control: the environment, and how it can impact our health.
Is The Environment Making You Sick?
Environmental illnesses are nothing new; they occur when you are exposed to toxins in the area where you live or work. This exposure can make you sick, something as a result of long-term exposure, other times immediately when you come into contact with it.
These illnesses can be caused by different factors, but considering the average, modern American life, they are most likely due to:
Chemicals in cigarette smoke;
Unsafe drinking water;
Workplace chemicals or debris;
Exposure to old buildings which are often insulated with asbestos;
Air pollution which, depending on where you live, and even be life-threatening.
Additionally, there are some potential toxins in your own home that can make you sick, such as mold, dust mites, or cleaning products.
Out Of Everything, Air Pollution Causes The Most Harm
Most environmental illnesses can be prevented as long as you take some precautions. For instance, it is possible to limit your exposure to cigarette smoke or avoid the chemicals in cleaning products. But when it comes to air pollution, that’s harder to beat.
Because it’s not just the air in your home - it’s the air in your city or area. Studies have found that high air pollution can have devastating health effects and lead to respiratory issues in people who’ve never smoked in their lives.
New research even shows that if a mother is exposed to industrial pollution, these toxins get transferred to their children, and end up harming their immune system. What’s more, these conditions can then be passed on to other generations, as if it’s a genetic trait.
What can you do?
This is a tricky question to answer, especially if you think of air pollution. One radical solution is to simply move to an area where the air is cleaner, but for many Americans, this is simply not possible. The quality of air must be regulated by the state, which has to step in and make sure the air is not toxic.
As for the rest of us, it’s important to identify and eliminate any other toxins that may plague our environments, and act now to remove them.
When it comes to the current state of the world, and COVID-19…
The amount of toxins in our body can drastically affect our body’s capacity to defend itself. Our immune system is compromised when our body is dealing with the ‘three-alarm fire’ of toxic build-up, just to keep us functioning at a most basic level.
The best way to defend yourself against this common global threat is to remove the pre-existing toxic load on your body… Unburden your body and it can better defend you!
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