When we breathe air, we breathe in argon and many other chemicals. When we breathe out, we return that argon back because our body cannot absorb it. Then, we can breathe it again. This means that the same argon you breathe was in the lungs of a dinosaur! Argon is just one of many gasses and chemicals we breathe. The goal is to remove them from the air, so we breathe clean oxygen. Reducing pollution should make the air much better. If you believe that we don’t use too much of oxygen, you are wrong. An adult person breathes 3.000 gallons of air every day.
We spend 90% of our time inside, but 25% of the outdoor pollution can get inside our home. Indoor pollution is more dangerous than outdoor pollution. This can cause: headache, sneezing, shortness of breath, fatigue, and many more health problems. The situation is even worse if you know that there are many indoor pollutants. Just some of them are: cigarettes, mold, CO from your fireplace and dust. Every part of your home is responsible for different pollutants. The bathroom can be full with mold, garage with dust and gasoline leaks, attic with dust and asbestos!
In order to prevent health issues, you can do several things. Installing an air filter is the best thing. You also should look for mold, repair gas and water leaks, keep a healthy level of humidity, reduce carpeting, clean after your pet and wash your beddings often. The solution for this problem is to start living in some place close to the forest or even better, in the forest. For example, it is better to live near the city than in the city.