(PRWEB) November 22, 2017
Thus, over time it becomes harder and harder to stay focused, sluggishness invariably seeps in as brains slow down. According to a Harvard study, such levels of CO2 make a huge impact in decision making, critical thinking and other cognitive abilities,  not to mention what it does to a person’s skin and hair…, it effects one’s whole appearance!
LivelyAir Lapland, the world’s cleanest air  is now available in a bottle. It is sourced from the Pallas Mountains in Lapland, Finland, a part of the Northern Europe above the Arctic Circle.
LivelyAir’s bottled air is not only top quality clean breathing air, but it also has naturally low CO2 levels. It is a fact that low CO2 -levels and inhaling high oxygen air energizes one’s body and soul, especially in places where a person is indoors or near intense traffic, often also stressed out. Now there’s an opportunity to inhale a splash of the world’s cleanest air straight from the bottle of LivelyAir!
LivelyAir also believes that the increasing demand of clean air and having it available in handy bottles also challenges people to think more about what is happening to the climate, what is happening to the Earth and appreciate and focus more on what people can do to save it. According to Jouni Aura, the CEO of LivelyAir: ”We need more strategies and action globally against constantly increasing CO2 levels and air pollution emissions across the world. We have finally started to realize the true value of clean air and that we cannot live without it.”
LivelyAir also donates money for planting trees in Africa; 2 trees will be planted for every LivelyAir -bottle sold. These donations give LivelyAir an opportunity to participate in leaving a negative carbon footprint and this way LivelyAir does its part in slowing down the rise of CO2 levels.
LivelyAir -products are available online at Amazon.com and livelyair.com.
 Environ Health Perspect; DOI:10.1289/ehp.1510037
 The World’s cleanest air has been measured in Lapland when measuring PM10 concentrations. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/phe/health_topics/outdoorair/databases/cities/en/