I think it’s safe to say that staying healthy is a priority in most of our lives. Getting sick is no fun, and our long term health can cause us all great stress when it comes into question. That is why it is so important to take your health into your own hands however possible. We all know that what we eat, drink, and put into our bodies makes a big difference in our overall health, so why should the air we breathe be any different? When it comes to your health and wellbeing, the quality of air within your home can have a greater effect than you may think. Having your indoor air quality tested by our team at Mold Assessment Services can give you a better idea about what pollutants, chemicals, and allergens are floating around in your air and what you can do to improve your air quality, and quality of life overall! Here are some of the issues you may face if your indoor air quality is less than ideal and experiencing allergies in the home.
Air pollutants and chemicals are present in your home and are created by your cleaning products, furniture, and even the building materials. These chemicals and pollutants can have a negative impact on your lungs and cause you to experience respiratory issues. If you suffer from asthma, it may even worsen your asthma symptoms and allergies in the home. It is recommended to use natural, chemical free cleaning products whenever possible to limit your exposure to harsh chemicals.
Getting Sick More Frequently
Being exposed to air pollutants, mold spores, chemicals, and allergens can wreak havoc on your immune system. If you are constantly being bombarded with these things then it is highly likely that you will be feeling under the weather more frequently. Not only can you develop cold and flu like symptoms, but depending on what pollutants are in the air around you can cause allergies in the home. Depending on the concentration, and the length of time you are exposed to them, you may experience other negative reactions and symptoms such as:
- Brain fog
- Prolonged exposure to pollutants can cause heart disease and cancer
Some instances like toxic mold can obviously present you with more of a risk than other, more mild pollutants. Though some of these symptoms are less serious than others, they are certainly enough to impact your quality of life. If you find yourself getting sick frequently for no reason, or constantly feeling under the weather, it may be time to contact trusted mold assessment services to see if your indoor air quality is the cause.
Worsened Allergy Symptoms
There is a direct correlation between your allergy symptoms and the possible allergens in the air around you. Did you know that some people can even be allergic to the mold spores that may be present in the air and not even know it? Whether you are aware or not, the things in the air around you can cause you to suffer from allergy symptoms such as itchy, water eyes, coughing, sneezing, fatigue, and more.
Experiencing Allergies in the Home?
Whether you are consistently under the weather or simply looking to improve your overall health, testing your indoor air quality always provides helpful information. Our team at Mold Assessment Services are happy to provide indoor air testing, as well as other services, to assist you in taking control of your health and wellbeing. Call us today to schedule your indoor air quality test.