People with allergies and asthma might comprehend the air quality much differently than that of people without allergies and asthma. There are many theories on the relationship between allergies or asthma and indoor air quality. For comprehending the reasons of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and the perceptions associated with it a study was conducted by (Graudenz et al, 2006). The people in the sample study were the people who were chronically affected with allergic rhinitis and the control group. For the purpose of the study thirty-three people were questioned. For the study analysis the participants were exposed to different temperature at a constant relative humidity in an office environment. The participants were then asked to answer the questions using a questionnaire method. The data that was collected was then statistically compared to the theories of Indoor Air Quality that represent an association with allergies and asthma, as the worse being the indoor air quality, the greater the chance of someone acquiring a breathing condition. In the initial stages the temperature was set at 14 degrees and they were gradually increased. At 14 degrees room temperature the allergic people said they felt some allergic irritations. At 18 degrees and 22 degrees room temperature the people with rhinitis concluded that they felt very uncomfortable with stagnant humid air and they said they felt that even their mental awareness was affected as such. At 22 degrees some people said they could not think clearly. The people with allergies concluded they felt a overall sense of discomfort. The people who were in the control group said they did not feel all of these adverse reactions. It was found from the survey analysis there are different IAQ theories associated with the people suffering from allergies (Graudenz et al, 2006) and that people with allergies may suffer a greater reaction to indoor polluter air. The regular theories as to how air quality would affect the people were not seen in the results. The people each had their own subjective views as to how it affected them individually. The control group however did not report any qualms. At 18 degrees they described the environment as pleasant and nice. These results proved that the people suffering from allergies each had their own subjective views and feelings when it comes to the perceptions of the quality of air.