What does CO2 pollutionhave to do with my anxiety emotion?

Did you know that panicky emotions can be triggered in certain persons by inhaling air that has higher than normal level of CO2(carbon dioxide)?

Did you know that persons with panicky emotions are often very uncomfortable in small, crowded rooms, elevators, cars, planes, and other so-called claustrophobic / agoraphobic situations?

Did you know that human beings exhale approximately 600 quarts of pureCO2per person, per day?

Did you know that scientists have discovered that this exhaled CO2is higher in the places that we call claustrophobic and agoraphobic places?

Did you know that CO2in such places is not just 2-3% higher than it is in outdoor fresh air; but, it is over 100-600% higher in such claustrophobic places as crowded rooms, cars, planes and elevators?

Did you know that persons who have panicky emotions in those closed-in places may be having them, not because of an irrational phobia fear of such places, but because they are physically hypersensitive to levels of CO2that are very high in those places?

What if there were a way, that such CO2-hypersensitive persons, who are bothered by breathing this anxiety provoking, high CO2pollution, could reduce the level of CO2pollution that they have no choice but to breathe in those closed-in places, down to the low, non-bothersome level of CO2found in fresh, forest air, so that it would not bother them. If there were a way to do that, then they could remain comfortably, right where they are, and not embarrass themselves to be forced to leave, to go outside for no explainable reason?

There is such a way now.

It is a scientific breakthrough. There has never been anything like it. 

Bcalmis a safe, healthy, inexpensive, discrete CO2pollution filter that eliminates much of the excess, air-borne CO2, that is so high in places that typically trigger panicky emotions and causes such persons’ strong urges to leave to a more open place, where the CO2level is non-bothersome to them. 


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National Anxiety Foundation