Are you or any members of your household experiencing any of the following, dizziness or tiredness, fevers, frequent headaches, dry throat, stuffy nose, wheezing, or difficulty breathing? If the answer is yes, do these symptoms go away when you spend time out of doors?
Did you move into a new home recently? Or have you had some remodeling done such as the installation of storm windows, insulation, weather stripping, or another type of energy conservation work? If so, did your symptoms appear during or after this work or the move?
Is there any musty-smelling or moldy types of odors in your home that would indicate problems with moisture intrusion?
Have your air conditioners or humidifiers been cleaned recently, or has it been some time since they were done?
Do you notice moisture seems to collect on hard surfaces like windows, walls, and ceilings? Does the air inside the home feel very humid?
Have you been experiencing problems with unwanted pests such as cockroaches or rodents?
If you can answer yes to a few or all of these questions, then it is very possible that biological pollutants are affecting the quality of your home's indoor air, which may, in turn, cause some of your symptoms. It should be noted that it is important to see your doctor for an accurate diagnosis, however, they may find this information helpful when making that diagnosis.