1. Fresh air makes you happier.

Fresh air is rich in oxygen, which increases the level of oxygen circulating in your blood. This also means more oxygen supply to the brain, which facilitates the release of serotonin, a feel-good hormone associated with increased energy levels, happiness, mood stabilization, and feelings of worthiness.

2. Fresh air cleans your lungs.

Long-term air pollution is associated with chronic lung diseases, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, and cancer. This is because indoor air or air in a highly-populated area is often a combination of nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and oxygen. This gives your lungs a hard time filtering out all the waste to provide you with sufficient amounts of oxygen.

Nevertheless, fresh air means high levels of oxygen with fewer pollutants. This improves your lung functions by dilating the blood vessels supplying them, causing them to expand even more. This allows more gas exchange to occur and for the body to release more airborne toxins, thus promoting lung function.

3. Fresh air strengthens your immune system.

Each cell in the body needs oxygen to perform the metabolic processes necessary to sustain life. By increasing your intake of fresh air, you increase the amount of oxygen supplied to the body. This promotes the elimination of toxins and the destruction of harmful bacteria, parasites, and viruses by the white blood cells in the body.

Acute inflammation also plays a role in helping the body fight off infection; however, inflammatory processes require energy or fuel in the form of oxygen. Without sufficient oxygen supply, the immune system will not be able to perform the needed inflammatory immune responses to keep the body protected

4. Fresh air is good for your digestive system.

Fresh air increases oxygen flow into your cells which improves circulation and cell function and helps you digest food more efficiently.

But if you work in an office where you are busy all day long and probably take your lunch in a hurry to resume work; your blood supply to the digestive tract will be diverted. Instead, of it flowing to digestive tract, you’ll have more blood being supplied to the brain to help maintain concentration. This, in turn, may disrupt the proper digestion of food and facilitate indigestion and abdominal discomfort.

5. Fresh air reduces airborne illnesses and infections

Bacteria and viruses thrive in stale air, usually in a warm, humid, indoor environment but have minimal chances of survival in a fresh air environment.

That’s why in hospitals, chest clinics should be well ventilated to allow free air in and out of the room.

Optimum ventilation allows fresh air to act as a decongestant against any disease-causing pathogen in the air.

Besides, stale air is uncomfortable and smells awful, while fresh air acts as a catalyst to bring life into a room.

To enhance the level of fresh air in the house, always make sure the rooms are clean and well organized to allow for free movement of air.

6. Fresh air increases your energy and sharpens your mind.

If you take some time outside in nature, you’ll realize the tremendous amounts of energy with a feeling to get some things done when you get back home. This is when you’ll start having new ideas about your business, your vision, and life in general. It’s like your mind just went back to factory reset, and your passion for life just got ignited.

It might even be the right time to think over some issues and make a sound decision.

This is because with every breath of fresh air comes more oxygen uptake by the lungs. This promotes oxygen supply to the brain. Since the brain uses oxygen to fuel its activities, sufficient amounts will facilitate brain activities, increasing your energy, awareness, and productivity.

7. Fresh air helps you sleep better at night

Fresh air gives you a burst of oxygen, which increases the feel-good hormone serotonin in the brain. Serotonin helps you stay calm and relaxed, and this automatically cancels out any negative thoughts, thus allowing you to experience a peaceful sleep at night.


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