Is it possible … their home or work place is making your patients sick?
If you’ve ever been stuck indoors on a beautiful day, you start to really notice your surroundings. But most of the time you take them for granted. Trouble is … that could be hazardous.
Most home occupants spend about ninety percent of their time indoors. That’s bad enough … But what if doing that was even more unhealthy than anyone thought?
Have you been noticing patients returning with the same symptoms? Returning over and over? Patients complaining about feeling tired and run down? Children lethargic? They just can’t seem to get on top of their symptoms?
The source of their trouble could be the very place they’re living in or working in.
Wait … what? How? You’ve done everything you should have, right? It’s not like you’re one of these indifferent “The treat the symptom and not the whole picture” practitioner who’s not diligent about their patients well being …
But even as you’re reading this, mould, allergens, indoor contaminants, chemicals, heavy metals, drinking water, building water damage, ventilation systems could be causing hard-to-detect air quality hazards that are affecting your patients in your care.
Headaches. Runny noses and itchy eyes. Coughing and sneezing. Brain fog. Sore throats. Nausea.
Maybe you thought it was a particularly bad cold and flu season…
Or are things more serious?
Here’s the problem …