Fine dust and air pollutants - focus on children

By Ing.Armin Rebernig

It was previously assumed that children were particularly resistant to environmental exposure, but on the contrary, a particular sensitivity was discovered, since they are exposed to increased exposure due to their behavior and cannot excrete various substances as well. Recent studies show that the child's brain maturation is irreversibly impaired by neurotoxic substances and leads to deficits in intellectual performance. Exposure in early childhood also determines the later allergic disposition. (Hermanns-Clausen et al., 2004, p. 5) Because of the higher breathing time, children also breathe in significantly larger amounts of air. In many ways, children are more affected because they are closer to the ground and are more likely to breathe the deposited dust. The amount of house dust a toddler can absorb is 0.02-0.2 grams per day and is twice as high as that of an adult, some children can absorb amounts of up to 10 g of dust. (Uhl et al., 2004, p. 54)

We are often called when there are respiratory problems in small children and adults. The causes can always be increased Fine dust concentrations as well as pollutant accumulations in the House dust or indoors. If the polluters are identified and removed, astonishing health improvements can occur very quickly. It has often been observed that chronically ill children as well as adults experienced rapid and significant improvements in their symptoms. Especially with children, the improvement effects are very clear when they recognize increased stress. Cases have even been recorded in which children had to undergo clinical treatment several times, with regard to chronic respiratory problems that completely disappeared when the abnormalities in the interior were rectified. Amazingly, there was no indication from the doctors of a possible problem in the interior.

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