radon mitigation and radon testing in quad cities, eastern iowa, western illinois

What Are Symptoms Of Radon Gas Poisoning?

We are often asked this question but the word “poisoning” really isn’t used when referring to radon. Radon is a form of radiation so the word “exposure” is the preferred terminology and unfortunately, there are no symptoms associated with radon exposure with the exception of lung cancer. Unfortunately by the time one is diagnosed with lung cancer, it’s usually too late. Radon kills over 21,000 Americans a year from lung cancer.
Although a lot of people think radon can cause headaches or coughs, radon doesn’t have any outwardly visible effect until the person being exposed is diagnosed with lung cancer. Once diagnosed, the negative effects of radon cannot be reversed. The best way to not have any of the negative effects of radon is to avoid exposure to begin with.

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Questions?

Please do not hesitate to contact us. Radon is our life, we love to talk about radon and to help in any way we can.
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Scott Haycraft, Certified Radon Professional in the Quad Cities

Professional House Doctors, Inc.®

Scott Haycraft
Eldridge, IA 50310

(563) 285-6454


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