Take a deep breath. Now let it out. The average person does that 20,000 times in a single day. You’ve probably heard Michael bring that point up if you’ve listened to previous podcasts. In this talk with Pam Savino of Live Authentically, we focus on air quality as it relates to your overall health.
In this podcast, Michael stresses the importance of adding clean air to your health routine of exercise and eating right. Learn why often times people suffering from allergy symptoms like sneezing and itchy eyes, as well as chronic fatigue and brain fog, can be attributed to prolonged mold exposure.
Mold likes to lurk out of sight in basements, attics and HVAC systems, so how are you supposed to know if it’s affecting your health?
About Pamela Savino:
Pam founded Live Authentically to help others learn to find their voice, speak their truth and live authentically. As they go through the transformative events of life, she help them find their truths and the inner strength to live them fully. She helps them see learning and knowledge in their challenges.
Pam encourages her clients to let go of the ideas that are holding them back by coaching them away from behaviors based on fear and doubt, and instill a healthy level of self-confidence and love, as well as a spiritual understanding of our world. Every person is important and valuable, and everyone deserves to live their best and most fulfilled life. Live Authentically is dedicated to helping others find their own happiness, on their terms. There is no judgment.
About Michael Rubino
Michael Rubino, Author of The Mold Medic: An Expert’s Guide on Mold Removal, is the authority on mold remediation. As President of All American Restoration, Rubino specializes in working with people who are immunocompromised or have acute and sustained reactions to mold exposure. Rubino provides solutions that not only get rid of mold sources, but also get rid of the contamination created by those mold sources using his proprietary “Home Detox” method. He is a council certified Mold Remediator by IICRC and ACAC and a contributing member, sponsor, and speaker for the Indoor Air Quality Association.