Are you, or your family,

affected by airborne pollution?

There are two ways that we are affected by airborne pollutants.

1. Things we do to ourselves – like smoking or vaping.

2. Breathing air that is carrying particles that harm us.

We can help

you discover how to reduce the effects airborne pollutants have on you.

How to reduce the effects airborne pollutants have on you?

Airborne pollution shortens the lives of people who have to live with it. But its effects can be reduced by strategising ways of reducing the damage it does to our children, our relatives and ourselves.

To do this, we need to know what harm is currently being done to ourselves.

NISAD’s
ELK-Health
Pollution
Strategy

There are plenty of devices that measure the amount of pollution in the air – but NISAD’s ELK-Health Pollution Strategy measures the amount of harm being experienced by each individual person – and then works out ways that reduce the damage.

Our revolutionary clinics and programmes

We don't just work with stress, anxiety, depression and body-fat. Find out about all our ELK-Health clinics and programmes.

Anxiety

Alleviating the distress of anxiety so we feel we can cope again.

Anxiety

Alleviating the distress of anxiety so we feel we can cope again.

We are revolutionaries

Fighting for better emotional and physical health

Globally. Locally. Affordably.
Join the revolution!

BFM - Body-Fat Management

Size is not about weight. Throw away the scales! The revolutionary NoWeigh programme.

Story-based Therapy

Humans have always told stories to pass on learning. With this approach, we can find learning new skills easier.

Depression

Depression can rob us of all hope. Let's take our lives back.

Stress

Feeling too much pressure? We can learn to skilfully manage our stress.

The story of Erik the elk

Erik is the star of a lot of our animations. Find out about Erik's story and ELK-Health.

Health challenges are like buses

-often more than one comes along at once.
We look at the whole story. Why do we study what we study?

Where on Earth...?

We can help anyone, anywhere – but why not come and see our research centres?

CalmBaby

Stress in pregnancy is a modern challenge that requires specialist treatment.

The latest research and the work we're doing

The latest research and the work we're doing