Fine Particle
Air Pollution

The WHO estimates that around 8 million people die every year from exposure to fine particles in polluted air that lead to diseases such as stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and respiratory infections, including pneumonia. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. WHO is working with countries to monitor air pollution and improve air quality.

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What is fine particle air pollution?

Fine particulate matter is small particles floating in the air, which get into our nose and throat with every breath we take and, depending on their size, deep into our lungs. The smallest particles can enter our bloodstream and are then carried throughout our bodies, penetrating into our cells and tissues, and potentially even cross the blood-brain barrier.


Fine Particles (also known as microdust particles or fine particulate matter)
become carriers for all manner of bacteria, viruses, and other micro-pollutants.
This microdust hovers in our breathable airspace allowing those bacteria, viruses, and pollutants to be inhaled into our bodies as we breathe, entering our lungs and circulatory system where they can make us very sick.


Household air pollution is one of the leading causes of disease and premature death in the developing world. Exposure to indoor air pollutants can lead to a wide range of adverse health outcomes in both children and adults, from respiratory illnesses to cancer to eye problems.

https://www.who.int/health-topics/air-pollution#tab=tab_1
http://www9.who.int/airpollution/en/


"Particulate matter is a pollutant of special concern. Many studies have demonstrated a direct relationship between exposure to PM and negative health impacts.
Smaller-diameter particles (PM 2.5 or smaller) are generally more dangerous and ultrafine particles (one micron in diameter or less) can penetrate tissues and organs, posing an even greater risk of systemic health impacts."
https://www.who.int/health-topics/air-pollution#tab=tab_3


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Electrosmog causes a disharmony of negatively and positively charged ions
in the air, leading to an excess of positively charged particles.
Not only are these positively charged ions not good for our body, but they also enable harmful fine particles to stay trapped in the air we breathe.



Our technology restores the ratio between positive and negative ions in your house, in other words bringing an atmosphere of forest or sea air into your living room.
The fine dust in the air is then automatically reduced, resulting in up to 80% less PM10, PM2.5 and PM1 fine particulate matter pollution in the air we breathe.


When you harmonize your home with our
unique, cutting-edge technology, you will have:

● fewer particles < 10 μm that can enter the nose and throat
● fewer particles like smoke < 2.5 μm, which can get into bronchial tubes
fewer particles like viruses, bacteria, < 1.0 μm that can penetrate deep into the lungs and tissues
Without Harmonization
With Harmonization

Breathe easier!
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