Organic Air is AMAZING
Check out all of the surprising uses for your AirRestore Air Naturalization System
Check out all of the surprising uses for your AirRestore Air Naturalization System
Accidents happen. But there is no need to cry over spilled milk or any other accident, even urine. AirRestore is fantastic for spot treatments for breaking down urine, spilled milk, and other odor and germ-concerning incidents.
DIRECTIONS: After soaking up as much of the substance as possible, give the area a light spritz of water. Then, simply place the AirRestore face-down on the affected area. Leave the Air Naturalizer for 30-60 minutes. Repeat as necessary until the concern for germs and odor is gone. And that’s it!
For older or extremely saturated accidents that have soaked into carpet padding or sub flooring:
STEP 1: If the accident is still new, clean up the area by thoroughly soaking up the accident with an old towel or rag until you aren’t able to absorb anymore. If the accident is already dry, mist with water first until saturated approximately the same depth of the accident. (For carpet, you can consider replacing the ruined portion of the pad for faster odor removal)
STEP 2: Mix 3 parts vinegar with 1 part water and saturate the soiled area well beyond the spot you can see, in case it’s soaked and spread beneath the carpet.
STEP 3: Allow the vinegar solution to sit for 5-10 minutes, then dry the area thoroughly by absorbing the area as much as possible with a different towel or rag.
STEP 4: Sprinkle a small amount of baking soda over the damp area. This is a natural cleaner that can help with odors within the fibers.
STEP 5: Mix 3/4 cup of hydrogen peroxide with one teaspoon of dish detergent and sprinkle over the baking soda. (small spot test is recommended to confirm there is no discoloration) Then use fingers or scrubbing brush to rub solution into baking soda (with gloves if possible)
STEP 6: Blot the area with a different towel or rag and allow the mixture to dry. Then vacuum the soiled area to remove loosened urine particles and cleaning agent.
STEP 7: Mist the same area with clean water. (If the accident soaked deep into the pad or subflooring, give the area a generous mist.) Then place your corded AirRestore on the carpet within 6″ of the area for 30-60 minutes. Repeat mist and Air Naturalization with AirRestore 2-3 times or as necessary.
This process works for spills, cat, dog and other animal urine (pee) and feces and other accidents on carpet, fabrics, upholstery, mattresses and more.
Exposure to dirty air can be dangerous for babies. A study published by the American Thoracic Society says dirty air can increase the risk of infants developing bronchiolitis, a respiratory infection. Babies with this condition often need to be hospitalized. The March of Dimes adds that polluted air can worsen symptoms for young children with asthma. The AirRestore Air Naturalizer can help keep air clean for your baby by removing the particles in the air that shouldn’t be there — like pollution, allergens, bacteria and odors.
PREGNANCY & INFANCY TIP: As your baby is developing, he or she is extra sensitive to environmental factors like poor air quality. During your pregnancy and while nursing, take extra precautions to make sure the air you breathe is safe by using an Air Naturalizer System in your home, car and workplace. When your baby is brought home, dedicate an AirRestore to their room to improve the air quality they breathe (and as an added benefit, help virtually eliminate the odors from diapers, dirty clothes and spit-up).
Read more about on our blog about how to keep the air clean for babies and children. If you have a child in daycare, show them this blog post about the importance of having clean air in their home or daycare center.
Pair Organic Air Technology with the moisturizing power of a humidifier!
A humidifier can soothe scratchy throats, itchy eyes and dry skin, according to Mayo Clinic. It also can help ease the symptoms of a cold. They make even more of a difference when teamed up with an AirRestore. It provides the energized elements with additional moisture to help clean the air in your home.
Make sure to keep your humidifier clean to prevent mold growth. Use distilled water, and change the water frequently. Check the humidity levels in your home often using a hygrometer, which you can find at many hardware and department stores. Aim for a humidity level of 30 percent to 50 percent.
If someone in your family has allergies or asthma, check with your doctor before using a humidifier in your home.
HUMIDIFIER TIP: Even with regular cleaning it’s hard to guarantee that the humidifier isn’t putting mold or bacteria into the air from a dirty filter. Ensure your humidifier gives your family the optimal benefits by teaming it up with an AirRestore. The energized elements take advantage of moisture in the air and will ensure that the steam your humidifier emits is clean and healthy.
Have you ever slept outdoors or with your bedroom window open, and woke up in the morning feeling more refreshed than usual? You can thank organic air for that! But since sleeping outdoors isn’t very conducive to most lifestyles, and weather often prohibits keeping windows open all night, we need an alternate solution to reduce our indoor air pollution. aka: AirRestore Organic Air Technology.
Breathing fresh, organic air all night long has amazing benefits. With an AirRestore in your bedroom, you can experience these benefits all night, every night!
Article from the HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH:
Published online in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
Studies show sleep-disordered breathing, including sleep apnea and snoring, increases with air pollution. Given that most indoor air is generally 5 TIMES more polluted than outdoor air, this is a big concern. What is the solution?
AIR POLLUTION LINKED TO SLEEP BREATHING PROBLEMS
— Air pollution increases the risk for breathing problems during sleep, researchers have found. Air pollution has long been known to have a negative effect on health, says researcher Antonella Zanobetti, PhD, a senior research scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health. “With this study, we found air pollution also increases the risk of poor sleep,” she says. More specifically, air pollution increased the risk of sleep-disordered breathing, a group of disorders including sleep apnea, in which breathing stops briefly during sleep. Up to 17% of U.S. adults have sleep-disordered breathing, although many are unaware they have the problem.
Insomnia can affect almost anyone at some point throughout their lifetime. Promote healthy sleep with your AirRestore before your insomnia causes additional health issues. Your body will appreciate breathing in the fresh organic air, thus helping your body find calm, increase blood oxygen levels, and overall prepare your body for healthier rest.
Insomnia and Indoor Air Pollution: Know the Facts
Insomnia is a problem that can lead to many associated problems from depression and irritability to exhaustion. Unfortunately, being continually exposed to low quality air could result in insomnia in a couple of ways. You could find that the pollutants in the air directly cause this problem, as insomnia is often one of the wide effects of being exposed to this kind of air. You could also become an insomniac as the result of other illnesses or symptoms caused by exposure to polluted air, many of which make it difficult to sleep, such as depression.
The air you breathe could contain a range of pollutants and contaminants ranging from dust mites and pet dander to smoke and mold. Breathing in these contaminants can cause a range of health issues, and can make existing problems such as allergies even worse. You could be affected in many ways when you are continually exposed to polluted air, and you could suffer problems such as skin complaints, breathing problems, and more. One common result of poor indoor air quality is insomnia, which can really disrupt your life and routine.
This is one of the reasons why you should do all you can to improve the quality of the air indoors.
Pollutants can affect your sinuses, blood oxygen levels, and many other natural functions of your body. Breathing organically can drastically reduce your chances of getting a headache or migraine. Keep an AirRestore unit in your bedroom to help prevent waking up from headaches. Keep another AirRestore unit at your office, in your car, and anywhere else you spend a majority of your day. Organic air is much healthier for your body to be breathing!
Headaches linked to Pollution?
Check out the studies from the National Headache Foundation, relating air pollution to headaches and migraines.
Individuals suffering from headache might have a reason to start living green. A recent study from Chile reveals that increased levels of pollution in the air may contribute to headaches.
Researchers in Santiago Province, Chile studied the effects of various pollution factors including ozone, carbon monoxide, air pollutants and particulate matter associated with burning gasoline and other fossil fuels, on all types of headache. This province in Chile is one of the best places to conduct such a study due its high population density and its location in a valley surrounded by mountains, which makes it extremely prone to pollution.
Although the study authors recommend further studies be conducted in different geographic regions to test for consistency, in Chile they found that on days of high pollution, headaches severe enough to require hospitalization rose substantially. More specifically, migraine was the type of headache most consistently associated with individual air pollutants…
Could Air Pollution Help Cause ADHD?
NBC News published an article on November 5th 2014 about a study that finds a link between ADHD and air pollution.
Air pollution might be helping to cause growing rates of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. A study of New York City women and their children found that kids who had the highest levels of air pollutants called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in their placenta and umbilical cord at birth were five times more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD later.
PAHs are generated when carbon-based things are burned — from steaks on the grill to coal or oil burned to generate electricity. In New York, “traffic and residential heating are major local sources. There is also some contribution from coal-burning sources in states upwind,” Perera’s team reported in the Public Library of Science journal PLoS ONE.