Unfortunately, there is no cure or treatments available to treat radon poisoning.
If you think you may be suffering from radon poisoning, it's essential to limit further exposure to radon as much as possible.
This will keep further lung damage from developing and keep other symptoms from worsening.
Any potential source of radon should be tested, especially in your home.
If tests come back showing that your home has high radon levels, you need to take immediate steps to reduce the radon levels in your home.
This will also reduce your risk of lung cancer.
In the article below, we will talk about radon and what you should do if you suspect you have radon poisoning.
Concerned that you may already have radon poisoning? Read our previous blog post "What are the Symptoms of Radon Poisoning?" here!