There are three things that keep us alive: water, food, and fresh air. We need all of these things to survive. If we don't have good food, we can only last for a couple of weeks. If we don't have water, we will die in a matter of days.
Fresh air is really important for our health. It's best to get fresh air at the beach, in the mountains, or in the country. We need to stay away from bad air, like poisonous fumes, second hand smoke, dust, and decay.
You should not sleep near a composter because it is unhealthy. Many people put composters in their backyard to create an organic garden. But this is not good for your health because the vegetable or animal matter decays and produces germs and mold. These spores spread in the air and make you sick.
Having fresh air is good for us, but having polluted air can make us sick. We need to be careful and check our living spaces for bad air from sewers or heating systems that are not working well. Furnaces and ducts must always be clean and in good condition. Ventilation is very important for our health.
Breathing fresh air can help the body and mind. The oxygen in the air affects the whole body. This energy is carried to all parts of the body, including the nerves and brain. Fresh air can help us when our minds are tired and our bodies are weak.
Doctors should promote the life saving benefits of being outside. Medicines are necessary to fight certain conditions, but it is the change to a healthier lifestyle that really works wonders. Nature is the physician of God and there are life giving properties even in the balsam of pine, in the fragrances of cedar and fir.
When you can, let your body breathe by being in contact with air. Breathing in is the function of the lungs, and breathing out happens through the pores in your skin. Wear light cotton clothes so your skin can breathe better.
You wouldn't eat food that someone else has chewed, so why would you breathe air that other people have exhaled? Try to stay away from congested, polluted areas in cities. If you don't have fresh air, then the blood won't be able to get the right chemicals.
People who are sick and people who are healthy need to spend more time near nature. We will get health benefits from the fresh air, and we might even live longer. Take a deep breath.