Environmental illness, which addresses all external, physical, chemical, and behavioral factors in a specific environment, can occur when a toxin, substance or hazardous material leads to direct health complications.
Depending on where one chooses to eat, sleep, play, work, and live, their body is exposed to various elements, and because it may promise certain long term risks, it’s important to record the types of interactions, locations, and symptoms relative to said condition.
If you suspect your exposure to certain environmental variables has been compromising your health, early treatment measures are readily available.
While it’s necessary to take immediate measures to remove the toxic culprit(s) from your daily routine, keeping an accurate exposure history is the first step in assessing the overall toxic load. With so many types of jobs, habits, hobbies, and chronic trigger points, analysis can confirm patterns, increase awareness, and improve diagnosis. Along with a lengthy set of personalized questions, a comprehensive elimination treatment plan can help prevent disease, illness, and injury in the body.