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Can Air Pollution Cause High Blood Pressure?

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Environmental toxins have been proven to raise blood pressure. Staying inside certainly isn’t the answer! Indoor air pollution is worse than outdoor, believe it or not.

Outdoor air is polluted from vehicles, factories, farming, and fires.

Indoor air toxins are just as sinister, and maybe even moreso, given the standard airtight hermetically sealed homes.

Where are these indoor contaminants coming from? Here are the likely offenders:

  • VOCs from new paint, new flooring, and new furniture
  • Cleaning products
  • Mold mycotoxins
  • Secondhand smoke
  • Natural gas
  • Radon
  • And 187 more according to the EPA

These chemicals lead to plenty of health problems from high blood pressure to cancer to neurologic disease.

If you know me, you know that I love the outdoors. Getting my family outside often is a priority and key to health. But when you are inside, make sure your air is as pure as possible. This means you must get an air purifier.

Air purifiers are proven to lower blood pressure and lower inflammation.

You can fix your indoor air with the Austin Air Purifier. It is consistently rated as the best air purifier available. We have 3 running full time in our home and one in the office. Even Chuck in our shipping department has one (his adult children work with us and he wants the best in health for them).

Don’t waste another minute in the poison and get an Austin Air purifier today.

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