Electronic Air Purifiers for High Efficiency

Using an electronic air purifier is a very effective way of creating a cleaner living and working environment by absorbing potentially harmful particles into the system.

Depending on the quality of the air purifier you will be able to remove contaminants such as pollen, pet dander, and cigarette smoke that are especially irritable for people with breathing difficulties and allergy sufferers.

Whereas HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Arresting) filters can be quite costly in terms of replacing parts, electronic air purifiers are often lower cost and require less maintenance. Rather than having to replace filters every so often, they only require cleaning of collection plates.

These types of purifiers also have an advantage in that they are able to remove particles like cigar smoke. This is because the particles in the air are charged to attract them to the system rather than simply being absorbed. This helps to collect more contaminants to the filter more efficiently.

Electronic air purifiers are often used in medical buildings due to their effectiveness, and also because they are very quiet in operation. You will have more than likely seen them at your local hospital or medical center on the ceiling or wall-mounted.

With the air purifier market being so popular you will want to firstly determine the type of air purifier that is right for you. There are many brands and models available, but you should firstly choose a type. As an example, an asthma or allergy sufferer may prefer to buy a HEPA air purifier because they are recognized as being effective for people with breathing difficulties.

Electronic air purifiers are known to be highly efficient. They are a popular choice largely due to a reported efficiency rate of around 95% and so are suitable for many different filtration needs. This efficiency is often multiple times better than many other types of air purifier.

The method of using static electricity makes electronic air purifiers one of the most highly developed types of machine for the purpose of cleaning our living environment. They are highly impressive and well worth researching further.

Cafes and Restaurants in Greymouth (Nz)

GREYMOUTH CAFES AND RESTAURANTS

There is certainly no shortage of places to eat and drink in Greymouth. They are scattered all over the township but deciding which one to choose from will be determined by whether you are wanting a coffee/tea and a bite to eat or a full meal. Many of these places have free WIFI and that would be a plus in my book. Here are my own personal choice: For a coffee and a bite to eat, I would go for Maggie’s kitchen, GAP, or Robert Harris. For a meal an evening meal, I would go for the Union Hotel, Stumpers Restaurant, or Speights Alehouse For a takeaway meal, how about Bonzai’s Pizza. For something exotic, try the Sampan Restaurant or Priya.

DP-One Cafe

At Mawhera Quay, near the Railway Hotel. This is an old-fashioned cafe with a relaxing atmosphere with New Zealand music playing in the background.

Ali’s Eating and Drinking Cafe

This is just around the corner from the BNZ on the town square

Blanchfields

This is in Guinness Street. A very popular bakery for those wanting food for lunch or morning tea.

Bonzai’s Pizza

On Mackay Street, Bonzai’s have a delivery pizza business.

Speight’s Ale House

Also on the Mawhera Quay, this place is a nice place to have a beer and a meal. It also has outdoor tables if you fancy having your beer or meal in the fresh air.

Robert Harris

This cafe is at the eastern end of Mackay Street. Nice place for a coffee and a biscuit.

Maggie’s Kitchen

My favourite. This place is on Mackay Street across the road from Paper Plus. It does some nice meals at a reasonable price.

West Coast Vape

Nice little cafe which also has computers for internet access for $2

Stumper’s Restaurant

On the corner of Mackay and Albert Street, it does some very nice meals. Good place for an evening meal with nothing too exotic on the menu.

Gap Cafe

Corner of Guinness and Tainui Street right in the centre of town, this cafe has opened recently.

Sampan Restaurant

Chinese and Oriental Cuisene. Sampan is in Albert Street.

Mega Mitre 10

This place has a cafe if you fancy a coffee while shopping. It is next door to the gardening depot.

Union Hotel

Herbert Street. Nice place for a meal. Has a real colonial feel to it.

Priya (Indian restaurant)

Priya is an Indian Restaurant. It was at Tainui Street until it was destroyed by fire but is now in temporary accommodation at the Regent Theatre until it is rebuilt in Tainui Street.

Macdonalds & KFC

If you are partial to Macdonalds or KFC, you are in luck as they are right near the centre of town near the main roundabout.

Depersonalization: Stop Fueling the Disorder

Depersonalization is a disorder that is fueled by the way we think. It is not an illness and does not require medication, especially since the majority of individuals who experience depersonalization are reactive to most outside stimuli, medication heading this list.

One, unknowingly, fuels this disorder by falling into the habit of fearful, negative thought. It becomes a strong, perpetual habit which eventually exhausts the mind, resulting in intense feelings of brain fog, detachment and unreality. Frustration follows, if the individual does not know how to interrupt this habit and allow the tired mind to refresh.

There are many triggers that lead to feelings of depersonalization:

– The stressful habit of fearful worry about one’s health, grades, work or situations.

– A prolonged illness, along with confinement.

– A reaction to a medication.

– A reaction to recreational substances (marijuana, LSD, ecstasy).

– A reaction to alcohol.

– A reaction to caffeine, nicotine, sugar or combination.

– A reaction to pre-workout supplements

– A reaction to vaping and e-cigarettes

Understanding is essential, as far as a permanent recovery is concerned. One must understand that this is not life long sentence and this condition is easily overcome when approached correctly.

Treatment requires a simple yet specific process that must be strictly adhered to for permanent recovery to occur. Two Step Process:

1 – Thought Changing: Retrain the Brain – One must learn to think correctly by learning to interrupt the habit of fearful “what if” thinking. This requires practice and will result in a mind that refreshes quite rapidly after a relatively short period of time.

2 – Nutrition Plan: Food Correction – This specific food plan and menu ensures the proper nutrients in the correct combination to create a less reactive mind and body. By doing so, one is able to settle down and focus on retraining an overactive mind, allowing it to refresh and rejuvenate. Eating correctly also leads to the natural boost of Serotonin, the feel good chemical in the brain and help to maintain balanced blood sugar levels, resulting in a true sense of well – being.

Full clarity returns when one learns how to use this process that interrupts the behavior that taxes a sensitized mind.

Other helpful suggestions which allow the mind to refresh are as follows:

– Interests – Losing oneself in interests that fully engage, rather than remaining caught up in self thought and worry.

– Volunteering: Volunteering services to others forces one to engage outside of inward thinking.

– Outdoor Activity – Engaging in outdoor activity on a daily basis, regardless of weather. Moderate outdoor exercise is therapeutic in many ways. It oxygenates the mind and body and allows light (even on cloudy days) to boost Serotonin levels naturally.

– Mindfulness Meditation – This simple form of meditation, even when practiced for a few minutes a day, brings forth astonishing results. It not only relaxes both mind and body, but allows one to acknowledge (to pinpoint) areas of the body holding muscles tense and tight. By doing so, you are able to instantly release this tension and immediately cap the release of stress chemicals in the body.

One has choices concerning this condition. Making the correct choice leads to a natural and permanent return to full clarity. Learning how to stop fueling the disorder is key to full recovery. It is not difficult and simple to follow. It is natural, effective and allows a tired mind to refresh in short order. Clarity returns, peace of mind replaces tension and fear, and a normal sense of well being resumes.

What Is Your Niche?

Today I want to talk about your niche. A niche is a business that targets a very specific group of people with shared interests, passions or desire.

An example of this would be a vapor shop, these are really popular now and people who smoke now have an option to help them quit for good.

These specialty stores are everywhere now.

You can find them on corners by 7-11, across the street from Starbucks and even in truck stops.

A good example of what a broad niche is are big box stores like Target. They have food, clothing and electronics… something for everyone.

The great thing about focusing on a popular niche (like vapor) is because it’s very specific and people pay premium prices for their favorite flavor.

Some people are passionate about providing the best product to the general public.

People who have researched your “brand” will make the decision to try your product once.

Merchants know that if you buy something from them, chances are you will buy from them again.

Especially if you’re satisfied with the quality of the product and level of service.

By establishing trust and value up front, it shows they care more about you than the sale.

Don’t smoke or quit like I did? You can make your hobby into a niche.

All you need is an idea, even your work experience or personal background.

Is there something you do everyday that you’re passionate about?

Is that something you KNOW people would be interested in?

Then go for it!

Simply determine by due diligence what your target market is.

Is your niche more for business to business (B2B)?

Or is it more of a specialized product or service?

In fact, the more you narrow down your target market, the better it will do.

For example, if your product or service is for young adults that smoke, that’s a huge market and it might be enough to consider.

However, young Hispanic males, ages 18 to 40, that currently use vapor products.

This is a good start, it’s more targeted.

What about White males, ages 18 to 40, annual income level above $40,000, and currently use vapor products.

This is definitely more focused, do you see how this works?

Continue to target even more and this will be a winning niche.

This niche could have longterm benefits, a steady supply of customers and if planned right, allow you more backend sales.

If the niche you were thinking about doesn’t follow these steps, you should consider more ideas.

“Be someone no one thought you could be”.