About this episode
Chemical intolerance is on the rise, currently afflicting around 20% of the American population. Common triggers include low-level exposure to indoor air contaminants such as combustion products from gas stoves and smoking, and indoor volatile organic compounds from products including disinfectants and air fresheners, as well as chemicals from paint and construction materials.
Original Article Reference
This video is a summary of ‘Does improving indoor air quality lessen symptoms associated with chemical intolerance?’ published in the journal Primary Health Care Research & Development. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1463423621000864
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