Thank you ‘Aerotoxic Association’ for featuring my podcast ‘The 3 Pillars’ on your website!
When I first started researching on Aerotoxic Syndrome, this was one of the first sites I visited, which helped me gain such a better insight into this issue. Factual information easily available to all.
Being featured here symbolises a kind of a completion to the circle in my journey with AS.
With this I would like to invite all of you looking for more information into AS, to visit this resourceful site:
After experiencing the misfortune of becoming unfit to fly
and being more or less forced into medical retirement, Bearnairdine became
involved in research to improve the quality of aircraft cabin air and has
become a busy advocate and voice for the campaign. For years now she has been
helping aerotoxic fume victims to understand their ill-health.
Over the years after a lot of trial and error, her own
health improved somewhat. Before beginning her flying career she qualified as a
laboratory assistant and decided to use that education and combine it with naturopathy.
She qualified as a naturopath in Biofeedback, Neuro-Electro-Anatomy,
In 2013 Bearnairdine founded the ‘Aerotoxic Team’, a very
informative website containing evidence, documentaries, testimonies, science
and news. She also has a blog called “It’s in the air we breathe” and writes
articles for news outlets. Bearnairdine networks internationally with experts,
scientists and other ‘clean cabin air’ advocates and appeared in the
investigative documentary “Unfiltered Breathed In”.
In 2016 Bearnairdine published two books in two
languages in which she talks about her Aerotoxic journey. It is not only part
of her story with many colorful high-lights from her flying years, it also
helps understand what actually causes Aerotoxic Syndrome. Her third book: ‘Tomb
in the Sky’ is being launched any day now.
She retreated from the modern world which has become
increasingly saturated with chemical fumes everywhere, and is now living in a
beautiful, very secluded ‘clean-air’ area in the Swiss Alps with her little dog
‘Dolly’. From there she continues to support the Aerotoxic Syndrome campaign
via computer and telephone.