Are The Hidden Poisons In Your Life Ruining Your Health?

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Most people today are aware of the growing dangers in today’s society. Earthquakes, hurricanes, and tornadoes all pose natural dangers, while home invasions and drive by shootings in certain areas pose man made dangers. However, as dangerous as all these situations are, it may be the hidden poisons in your life that pose the highest risks to your health and your life.

All too often, people ignore the amount of poisons that are being put into their bodies through the food that they eat, the water that they drink, the products that they use, and even the clothes and make-up they wear. Our lives are filled with a vast area of toxic substances, which is difficult if not impossible to escape and hide from.

The building materials in your home contain many toxic poisons such as formaldehyde, and other dangerous chemicals that get leacked into the air, and enter your body with every breath you take. Much of the food that is grown and sold is treated with harmful chemical fertilizers and pesticides, and then processed using even more harmful chemicals and synthetic ingredients.

The cotton in the clothing you wear and the sheets and blankets you sleep on and under, is grown in fields concentrated with pesticides and then manufactured with even more harmful chemicals. While the synthetic materials used in clothing and bedding are often made using toxic chemical processes. These chemicals linger in these materials despite numerous washings.

Even our laundry detergents, cleaning supplies, and room deodorizers are filled with chemicals. Over time these harmful chemicals build up in the body and cause numerous health problems including:

  • Migraine headaches
  • Joint and muscle pain
  • Chronic inflammation which may result in heart disease, diabetes and other serious illnesses
  • Allergic reactions, asthma, breathing difficulties, lung disease and cancers

The list of health issues related to toxins in the air goes on and on and it may seem as though there is little we can do to defend against these hidden poisons, but there is. Choosing to live a more organic lifestyle can help to reduce the amount of these hidden toxins that enter our systems.

It all comes down to learning how to choose the right products, and even services, to help eliminate much of the poisons that are now a part of your life.

While it is virtually impossible to eliminate all these toxic substances from your life, there are ways to eliminate or control some of them and thereby reduce the effects these substances have on your health. Making sure your home is well ventilated will help reduce the amount of toxins from building materials that you breath in.

Choosing organically grown foods, and manufactured clothing and bedding will also help to reduce risks, Choosing organic home cleaners or at least those that are free of toxic chemicals can also help. There really is a variety of things you can do to help reduce the risk of toxic poisons in your home and in your life that will help to keep you and your family safer and healthier.

This website will show you how making wise and organic choices can lead to a better and healthy life for all of us. So please, take the time to browse this website and use any ideas that you may find here to make your life better and healthier. And of course, feel free to share any ideas or experiences you have!

Has your health been affected by everyday products you use or consume? Do you worry about what’s really in the products you use and consume?

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About Martie Lownsberry

Martie Lownsberry lives in the United States, in the Northern lower peninsula of Michigan on a 7 ½ wooded lot just outside of a small town with the love of her life Vito, their two dogs, a number of Chinchillas, and at times some of their grown children. She is a professional Internet article writer and has written for many different clients both on websites and privately on a variety of subjects. You can read more at martielownsberry.com

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