Sick Building Syndrome

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Sick buildin syndrome is an healt condition which emerged in the 1970s as a result of energy conservation practices, especially the restriction of air flow. A general term for a series of symptoms. Sufferers exhibit transient symptoms which could include any or all of: fatigue; headaches; eye, nose and throat complaints; and upper respiratory problems. Symptoms may diminish or disappear when the sufferer is removed from the building. More common in office building than in house.

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