Breathe Easy Indoor Air Quality Guide

This guide is the expanded version of the free book 6 Steps to Healthy Indoor Air. It has five times the information in it, offers detailed explanations of each of the six essential steps, and it’s only $7.99.

The guide is loaded with photographs from field investigations showing you exactly how homes affect your health. You’ll also learn the solutions to make your indoor air healthy like fresh air outdoors, without wasting your time or your money.

Are you serious about eliminating and avoiding symptoms such as sinus infection, headaches, migraines, the spread of viruses, ADD and ADHD, memory loss, insomnia, respiratory disorders, allergy symptoms, and asthma?


Why you need the Breathe Easy Indoor Air Quality Guide

Indoor air quality is recognized as a worldwide health concern. It’s an issue in both new and updated homes, in cities and rural areas, and in all climates. Sinus infection is one of the worst symptoms, albeit there are many.

We’re experiencing a veritable plague of allergies, asthma, and other air‐related illnesses unseen in the past. Americans suffer from over 14 million headaches every day. Annually 33 million cases of chronic sinusitis and sinus infection are reported to the Centers for Disease Control. Every month hundreds of thousands of people suffer medical emergencies due to asthma attacks resulting in approximately ten deaths per day. Millions require doctor visits, medications, immune‐system injections, and inhalers to breathe sufficiently.

The term Sick Building Syndrome is used to describe the air in both residential and commercial buildings. Pollutant levels in indoor environments can be as much as two-to-five times higher than outdoor levels, and after some activities, the pollutants can increase up to 100 times higher than outdoors.

In literally every home and workplace I investigate I discover conditions that are directly and adversely affecting the air people breathe day after day.

Indoor air affects everyone

Degraded indoor air quality affects everyone from infants to senior citizens and even our pets. The very strongest and healthiest people can fall victim to poor indoor air quality.

When you say indoor air quality, most people think of carbon monoxide poisoning or doing radon testing. And yet those two concerns affect very few people compared to all the other contaminants commonly discovered in indoor air.

It’s now more important than ever to learn the right ways to improve indoor air quality before wasting money on air filters or air purifiers that may offer little help, and before turning to medications that merely mask symptoms.

Common indoor air symptoms

  • Sinus infection and sinus pressure
  • Headaches and migraines
  • ADD and ADHD
  • Memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease
  • Insomnia and chronic fatigue
  • Allergy and asthma symptoms
  • Contraction of cold and flu viruses
  • Respiratory diseases

This is the book you want to read if you want to reduce, eliminate or avoid these symptoms.

Sinus Infection – Sinus Pressure – Sinus Headache

In virtually every home I investigate I discover mold. Mold is the number one cause of sinus infection, allergy symptoms, and asthma. So, after learning the essentials in this book, you’ll likely want to read the Do-It-Yourself Mold Inspection book series available here at


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See what’s in Breathe Easy Indoor Air Quality Guide:

Table of Contents

Why trust the author? 7
Preface 8
How important is the air you inhale? 13
How big is the indoor air problem? 13
       The worldwide scope 13
       Building methods and materials that backfired 17
       Indoor air symptoms and illnesses 20
       A modern epidemic 21
Determining Causes 23
       Climate is not the cause 23
       Age is not the cause 24
       Genetics and ethnicity are not the cause 25
       Sterile environments are not the cause 28
       Lack of surgery is not the cause 29
       The outdoors is not the cause 30
       Lack of drugs is not the cause 31
Clinics and drug companies 34
Harmful side effects of drugs 36
Preventing Symptoms 42
Doctors recommending inspections 45
Government recommending inspections 47
Avoiding inspection scams 48
Do-it-yourself inspections 48
Breathe Easy Indoor Air Quality Guide 48
Strategic steps for different contaminants 48
       Particle pollutants 49
       Biological organisms 50
       Gasses 56
Step 1: Eliminating removable contaminants 58
Step 2: Filtration of airborne particles 59
       Dust particles are endless and abundant 59
              Biological Dust 59
              Mechanical Dust 61
              Chemical Dust Dust 62
              Colors of Dust 62
       How much dust is in indoor air? 64
       Where do the particles go? 66
       Differences between air filters and air purifiers 67
       Three types of filtration 70
       Vacuum cleaners 70
              Built-in central models 71
              Canisters and upright models 73
              Sales pitches 75
              Confusion over carpet 75
       Stand-alone room air filters 76
       Air-duct filters and your six options 79
              1″ low-efficiency disposable 79
              1″ pleated disposable 81
              1″ electrostatic 82
              1″-2″ carbon 83
              4″ high-voltage electronic 83
              2″-5″ high-efficiency disposable cartridge 85
       Filter replacement and usage cautions 86
              Air-flow direction 86
              Filter insertion mistakes 89
              Access openings 90
              Hygienic filter removal 91
              Disposing of filters 91
              Cleaning reusable filters 92
              Replacement or maintenance schedule 93
              Premature filter changes 94
       Leaving your blower on 95
       Air register filters 96
       Human filter 98
       Filtration benefits 99
       Settled particles 100
Step 3: Preventing rancid and stagnant air 100
       Deprived Ventilation 101
       Clearance ventilation 107
       Passive ventilation 109
       Exhaust fans 109
       Air-to-air exchangers 114
       Proper and strategic use of windows 119
       Make-up air ventilation 126
Step 4: Controlling moisture vapor 129
       Air conditioners 132
       Dehumidifers 133
       Humidifers 134
       Humidity gauges 136
Step 5: Replacing electrical ions 137
       What are electrical ions? 138
       Where do electrical ions come from? 140
       How many ions are there in our air? 140
       Why do I need ions indoors? 141
       How do I replace ions indoors? 142
       Additional benefits of ion replacement 144
Step 6: Replacing air oxidizers 147
       What is oxidation? 148
       Where do air oxidizers come from? 149
       Activated oxygen, ozone, and the EPA 150
       Hydro-peroxides as an indoor air oxidizer 155
       Odors are warnings of no oxidation 156
       Analyzing odors 159
       Fooled by olfactory fatigue 165
       Spread of viruses due to missing oxidation 167
       Immune systems and missing oxidation 169
       Allergic homebuyers 171
       How do I oxidize my indoor air? 173
       Testimonials and claims 175
Breathe Easy Guide summary 175
Investing in an air purifier 176
       Shortcomings of consumer sites and magazines 177
       Wading through bogus products 178
       Consumer questions to ask 179
       Investing in value 181
       Shopping 134
Summary 176


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