1. Everybody is a star
Look up at the sky at night. Try to get far away from the lights of the city, where the stars and their constellations can really twinkle in the darkness. Then consider these facts:
1. After hydrogen and helium, oxygen is the universe’s most common element.
2. Our body consists of about two thirds oxygen.
3. More than one fifth of our atmosphere is made up of oxygen.
4. Scientists believe that oxygen was formed during the birth and development of the stars after the Big Bang.
Take a breath and exhale. See how the sky glimmers. And then try to grasp the fact that your body is crafted from a material forged during the birth of the stars.
2. Oxygen deluxe
It is said that celebrities such as Madonna inhale puffs of pure oxygen that sharpen the senses. The treatment is now available at luxury hotel chains such as the Ritz-Carlton, which stocks Oxygen Plus (O+). O+ that consists of a compact tube containing 95 per cent oxygen that can be used by visitors cities with polluted air, according to specialist travel website Luxury Daily.
3. Grow your own
Three house plants that have purifying powers.
As well as being particularly good at transforming carbon dioxide into oxygen, the Areca Palm has the ability to remove specific pollutants from the air. Mother-in-law’s Tongue, also known as the Bedroom Plant, has the remarkable ability to produce oxygen throughout the night. In addition, it has been recognised by Nasa for its ability to filter carcinogenic benzene – which is found in cigarette smoke, dyes and plastics – from the air. A Money Plant is a living, miniature treatment facility, filtering dangerous pollutants from the air. It needs watering only once a week.