If you’re like most people, then you spend most of your time inside and may benefit from better indoor air quality. If you’re interested in improving your home’s indoor air quality in Nashville, then watch this video for an introduction to one issue associated with poor indoor air quality, called sick building syndrome.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), sick building syndrome (SBS) occurs when a building’s occupants experience negative health effects, but no cause can be determined. Also, the EPA estimates that as many as 30% of office buildings in the U.S. could be affected by this problem. While SBS is common among office buildings, this indoor air quality issue can affect structures such as schools, libraries, and homes, as well. Some of the symptoms that are associated with SBS include nausea, headaches, dizziness, pain, coughing, and fatigue.