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You might have Poor Indoor Air Quality

did you know…

many people with POOR INDOOR AIR QUALITY have similar problems? Problems like these, which are varied and vague, on their own may not have you running to the doctor. But overtime they can build up in your system and cause more serious health concerns. I’ve provided some resources below which I think you will find helpful.


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POOR INDOOR AIR QUALITY can cause problems in many areas of the body? Indoor air is more toxic than outdoor air in most areas of the country. Environmental toxins in your indoor air can be eaten, inhaled, and absorbed through skin. When eaten, environmental toxins like pesticides, can affect the digestive tract mimicking irritable bowel syndrome. When inhaled, environmental toxins like mold, cause irritation in your respiratory tract causing it to be chronically inflamed. When absorbed through the skin, environmental toxins like mineral oil and fragrances, can cause rashes.


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many people with exposure to POOR INDOOR AIR QUALITY frequently feel tired? As an example, studies have shown that a majority of people with chronic fatigue syndrome had mold exposure before or during their illness. Many Environmental toxins reduce the energy that each cell in your body can create, making you feel like you’re running on “low battery” all the time. You might feel that exercise is nearly impossible and that it leaves you feeling completely wiped out. Environmental toxins affect how fast your brain can think, causing a dull feeling of the mind and a sense of slowed thinking.


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many people with exposure to POOR INDOOR AIR QUALITY get sick more often? Many environmental toxins floating around in your indoor air can cause problems with how your immune system functions. This leaves you with a weakened defense against viral, bacterial, and fungal infections. For instance, many people with mold sickness don’t know that lingering colds and frequent infections are really due to mold lurking underneath or behind building materials.


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most doctors don’t learn about conditions related to POOR INDOOR AIR QUALITY in medical school? It’s really not your doctor’s fault if s/he hasn’t mentioned environmental factors yet. Most don’t learn about this in medical school. It’s a medical specialty called Environmental Medicine.


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I’m an Environmental Medicine specialist, author of the best-selling book Break The Mold, and national educator on health problems related to air quality issues.

DID YOU KNOW that one simple thing you can do to improve your air quality is to clean with non-toxic products? Check out my mix-it-yourself natural all-purpose cleaning formula.

Learn more about INDOOR AIR QUALITY with the Environmental Working Group.