• Biohabitability / The health of our usual environment
What is Biohabitability?
What is Biohabitability?
The concept of Biohabitability indicates the health of our habitat
The study of the biohabitability determines the level of health, comfort and well-being of the usual environment , that is, in the spaces where we spend more time.
Sick house syndrome
Sick house syndrome
Radiation affects the nervous and immune systems.
The most common effects on our health are headache, insomnia, depression, fatigue, infertility, ...
Causes The main factors that can affect our health are:
Natural Radiation
They are present on Earth naturally and are the result of geophysical alterations, terrestrial energy lines or groundwater currents.
Natural Radiation
Artificial Radiation
Technology has completely changed our lives, they bring us many comforts and advantages but it also presents negative aspects.
Artificial Radiation
Indoor Pollution
The materials and their chemical elements, cleaning products, environmental pollution and noise or light pollution are factors that can deteriorate the environment of our home and affect our health.
Indoor Pollution
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