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Environmental Illness


Sometimes we are exposed to toxins or substances around us that can make us sick. When this happens it’s known as environmental illness. It’s important to be aware of your surroundings and the potential health hazards that may exist. Symptoms can vary but some examples can be headaches every weekend or frequent nausea or rashes. These examples of environmental illness can be caused by things such as a furnace leaking carbon or exposure to mold.

You should avoid exposure to chemicals that can cause environmental illnesses. Some examples can include…

  • Cigarettes
  • Exposure to asbestos
  • Wood-burning stoves
  • Lead poisoning
  • Chemicals in the workplace
  • Unsafe drinking water

A basic list of symptoms of environmental illness can include…

  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Coughing
  • Rash
  • Muscle aches
  • Fever and chills

Diagnosing environmental illnesses can be challenging. Symptoms are often mistaken for other illnesses and the cause can be difficult to detect. However, it is possible to diagnose and treat environmental illness in most cases.

Experiencing symptoms of environmental illness? Contact Doctor Roya and discover a treatment that can transform your life. Doctor Roya is an award-winning, top-rated, and national and internationally recognized physician. Doctor Roya is committed to transforming the lives of others while delivering personalized treatment to every patient.


Experiencing symptoms of environmental illness? Contact Doctor Roya and discover treatment that can transform your life.

Patient's Testimonies

Struggling with environmental illness was overwhelming until I found Doctor Roya Institute. Their compassionate team provided me with the support and resources I needed to manage my symptoms and improve my overall well-being. Through personalized treatment plans and holistic therapies, they've helped me regain control of my health and live a more fulfilling life.
- Emma M.

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