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Poor indoor air quality can have a number of negative health effects. If you have noticed an increase in allergies, respiratory issues, or fatigue, it could be due to poor air quality. Poor air quality can also lead to increased odors, musty smells, and mold growth.
Indoor air quality issues can be caused by:
- Poor ventilation
- Warm or hot indoor temperatures
- Humid indoor temperatures
- Radiant heat sources
- Dampness or moisture
- Poor indoor humidity control
- Poor indoor air quality filters
- High occupant loads
- Poor indoor air quality
Common Symptoms of Poor Air Quality in Your Home
Symptoms of poor air quality in your home can manifest in various ways and may affect your health and comfort. Here are common symptoms to watch for:
- Respiratory problems (coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath)
- Allergies (sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes)
- Headaches and fatigue
- Dizziness or nausea
- Irritated throat, sinuses, and eyes
- Odors (musty, moldy, or chemical smells)
- Excessive dust on surfaces
- Mood changes and sleep disturbances
- Increased susceptibility to infections
- Aggravation of preexisting health conditions
- Pet reactions (sneezing, itching)
If you or your family experience these symptoms at home, consider addressing your indoor air quality.