Medical Doctors

The EPA and its Science Advisory Board rank indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health. Indoor air pollution poses many challenges to the health professional in making a diagnosis. The EPA have even written a booklet that offers an overview of those challenges, focusing on acute conditions, with patterns that point to particular agents and suggestions for appropriate remedial action.

But knowing the cause of these conditions can be difficult to establish because many signs and symptoms are nonspecific. There may even be multiple pollutants involved. It can be difficult to diagnose accurately and prescribe the best treatment because so many reactions to pollutants are similar to the common cold, influenza and stress.

AirAdvice offers you a solution. If your patients monitor their homes, they will receive a report that can provide detailed information that could help them identify the sources of indoor pollution. By knowing exactly what affects their home air quality, your patients can regain control of the indoor environment and take measures to prevent unhealthy air effects. At the same time, improved indoor air quality might help alleviate reoccurring symptoms, especially among those who suffer from allergy and asthma.

Provide more alternatives to your patients to gain control over their health. And with annual IAQ testing, help your patients increase quality of life by with the information on how they can control their condition.

Recommend a AirAdvice for Homes™ test for your patient’s house.

Make sure that the air in their home is healthy, clean, safe.

Let us help you. Have a AirAdvice for Homes™ indoor air quality test done today in your home – it’s simple, easy, and is typically offered at low or no cost to you, the homeowner.

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