Effects of Mold
Subtle Health Effect of Mold are Common,
Widespread, and Dangerous
to your body - have you ever heard that one before?
You have too many headaches, you pop
little allergy pills daily, it seems like you have a cold or sinus
problem all year long, and you still are not listening to your body.
Don't count on the medical profession
for help with these "mild" symptoms of mold. The health effects of mold
are very subtle and hide themselves within other health problems. If
you want proof, then download the "Top 10" report on the left and read
how one victim of the health effects of mold was battling for her life
The health effects of mold are very
simple. They keep your immune system in overdrive 24 hours per day.
Your immune system wears down or worse, it lets other diseases through
and now those diseases are getting a foot hold on your health.
Any defense system can be overwhelmed
and when it is there is usually an intruder sneaking in the back door.
That's the health effect of mold on all of us. There really isn't a
"mold health" problem because that's not why you go to the doctor. You
go to the doctor because of bronchitis, because of short term memory
loss, or because you get migraine headaches.
You never approach you doctor (and good
luck if you do) with "Doctor, do you think I have mold sickness?" Let's
face it, the most direct and meaningful care regarding your health is
your own ability to identify what's wrong with you.
If you are reading this page, then
obviously you suspect something with the health effects of mold on your
life. You'll need to take certain steps to figure out if it is a mold
problem. Start a health journal. Do you feel better after a weekend
away from home? Do you quickly slip back into that sickly feeling once
you return home from a prolonged absence? Then maybe you have a mold
Maybe you don't notice a difference, so
try one more unorthodox approach and take a session in a tanning booth.
Do you breathe a little easier, do you feel even the slightest bit
better? If you do, then maybe mold is your problem.
Once you have determined that you are
suffering from the health effects of mold, begin isolating the mold
problem at home or at work wherever you believe it is. I suggest
basements, crawl spaces, attics, kitchen sinks, and bathrooms. Notice
they are all probable "wet" locations. Even a little dampness can cause
Worse yet, have you ever been blasted by
stale air in the car? Within those ducts are areas where moisture and
dirt can combine and allow mold to grow. The mold just reproduces and
shoots at you through your commute every day. You'll need to clean that
system out to end the trouble there. It's all covered by "How To Get
Rid of Black Mold" and some of it is identified in the "Top 10" above
and to the left.
Basically, stop the moisture, kill the
mold, clean it up, and keep it clean and dry. Those are the basic
steps. The health effect of mold are so numerous that there is no way
to develop a complete list, because mold is just a foil that keeps your
immune system busy. The other medical problems cause you to seek
medical attention. If any of this speaks to your circumstances then
have a discussion with your medical professional regarding black mold