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Create An Eco Friendly Home

Updated on April 15, 2011

Eco Friendly Living Today

What Are The Benefits Of Living In An Eco Friendly Home

 

Have You Ever Wondered Where All Your Allergies Come From?

Or How To Improve Your Immune System?

Or About The Effects of Electromagnetic Waves That Bombard You Daily?

It could be coming from inside your home. Indoor air quality almost always is more toxic than outdoor air quality.

Solution The Problem? Create an eco friendly living environment inside your home.

It's easier than you think. ..

Think of a Greenhouse...

a Protected Controlled Environment In Harmony With Nature Suited To Promote Optimal Health.

  • A place where the body can clean its filters (your lungs, cells, liver, colon), rest, repair (sleep), and relax (release stress) and prepare for another day of stress, smog, conflict and competition.

We Have Limited Control Over Our Outside Environment

...But we can control our inside environment. Eco Friendly Water. Ionized Clean Air. Nutritious Natural Whole Food Supplements. Exercise. Restful Sleep.

No matter where we live, or how much pollution we live around, we can clean our indoor environment and provide a wholesome, relaxful, peaceful environment to come home to every night. Free from electromagnetic overload.

Then we can clean our body filters, ie.lungs, skin, colon, liver, and be ready to face another day out in the cold hard world of environmental pollution.

Restful sleep is where the body does its repairs. If your sleep is not good, your health will not be good.

Creating an eco friendly environment is very easy. It is living out of harmony that is hard.

Living in today's toxic environment can cause a weakened immune system, illness and/or disease.

 

How To Create A Eco Friendly ‘Greenhouse'

Simply implement some eco friendly plug and play things into your home and forget about it.

  • Next, add some biomagnet insoles to your feet, to counteract all the conflicting electromagnetic waves of our techncial society that bombard us daily
  • Good music to add 'good vibs'
  • Some self awareness books for improving personal relationships
  • And do something nice for somebody else.

Then, all you have to do is live, love, breath, eat, drink (water), walk around, sleep, and read---things you are doing already---and WALLA, every time you come home, you'll walk into a Greenhouse For Humans! A healthy environment that will helps boost the immune system, fight allergies, promote quality sleep and overall natural healing.

It really is that simple.

**Be sure to check out the news articles after leaving your thoughts in the Comments.
Thanks.

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In the news article Small Changes, Big Impact from Home and Garden (listed below in Eco Friendly Living), their designers show how to work with what you've got so creating an eco friendly home can be comfortable and affordable.

“Everyone always thinks that to design or remake a room, they need to go out and purchase all new furniture and fixtures,” says designer Glen Peloso. “Sometimes it’s as simple as having a second look at what you already have and just re-arranging it to better suit your needs.”

Kelsy Wise, an holistic health educator, says:

"It's just getting people back to basics — kind of like what our grandparents and great-grandparents did to clean their home," said Wise, who recently started her own eco-friendly home cleaning company. "It doesn't have to be a drastic change. There are little things you do that can add up over time. Take small steps to taking care of yourself."

Wise also offers, "In addition to keeping your home healthy, leave your worries of the day outside."

There are simple steps that pay huge dividends. Creating an eco friendly home is easy, affordable and worth it. But for some reason, seems to be a something most don't even consider.

For the health of yourself, your family and your loved ones, I hope you will now consider it.

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      Anthony Blommel 

      7 years ago

      For me, if you make your home eco-friendly, you don't need to pay expensive bills for using air con, and your home has good ventilation. In order to have good ventilation, one of the basic steps is checking the windows if those needed a repair or replacement. When I lived in one of the apartments at St. Louis, I first replaced the windows, so that fresh air is insulated easily.

    • HealthyHanna profile imageAUTHOR

      HealthyHanna 

      7 years ago from Utah

      Thank you James A Wakins. I am very flattered as I am a big fan of your hubs.

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      James A Watkins 

      7 years ago from Chicago

      This is an excellent Hub. I intend to take your sound advice. It is very good! Thank you.

    • HealthyHanna profile imageAUTHOR

      HealthyHanna 

      8 years ago from Utah

      Jed. Thanks for the comment. I'm glad you found the secret too. It's not throwing more money to insurance companies to cover raising health care costs, or establishing socialize medicine... it is in creating eco friendly wellness homes.

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      Jed 

      8 years ago

      We love our wellness home. We have the water, air, and shoes. Where we live the air is THE WORST in the nation - so the air purifier is a MUST. The water systems in our city are old, so the Water purifier is a MUST. The wellness concept has changed our family (for the better)!

    • HealthyHanna profile imageAUTHOR

      HealthyHanna 

      8 years ago from Utah

      Hey Cheryl!

      Glad you found me!! Thanks for stopping by, and thanks for the testimonial (comment).

      PS. You forgot to vote :)

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      Cheryl Henrie 

      8 years ago

      I love my wellness home. And it was easy. It is a way of life now, and we don't even think about it.

    • HealthyHanna profile imageAUTHOR

      HealthyHanna 

      8 years ago from Utah

      Thanks for your comments. I have lived in a 'Wellness Home', as I call it, for about 7 years now. I truly testify how effective they are. ---Yes, this is my passion. You will see more hubs about it later. :)

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      prasetio30 

      8 years ago from malang-indonesia

      you have great information. With various pollution around us, we need something fresh. Eco friendly home is the best choice for us. I think it comfortable to stay. thanks

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      BkCreative 

      8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      We certainly do need to have a healthy haven. I've read that the indoors are now more toxic than outdoors. Of course with all the toxic chemicals we use, and the fake products used to make carpeting and flooring, and the VOC in paints, lead in candles, fake fabrics everywhere, emissions from electronics, gases from the stove, etc.

      Thanks for this reminder - to clean house and the body and the soul!

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