Common Symptoms Of Mold Poisoning – Is It In Your Home?

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What are the Symptoms of Mold Toxicity?

  • Sinus problems, including asthma like symptoms of coughing or shortness of breath, wheezing and sneezing
  • Memory problems such as difficulty concentration and brain fog
  • Sensitivity to light, red eyes, blurred vision
  • Feelings of fatigue, weakness
  • Frequent headaches
  • Numbness and/or tingling
  • Muscle cramps, muscle aches or pains
  • Joint pain without inflammation
  • Persistent neck pain, a feeling of an ice pick being driven in the back of the neck
  • Vertigo
  • Static “shock” type feelings
  • Tremors
  • Increased urination
  • Increased or persistent nerve pain
  • Excessive thirst
  • Abdominal pain
  • Changes in appetite
  • A metallic taste in the mouth
  • Weight loss resistance
  • Problems controlling temperature
  • Night sweats without menopause

As you can see, mold poisoning symptoms mimic many other health problems, which means it can easily go undiagnosed for years.

What Should I Do?

If you suspect you might have a mold problem, start here:

1. Learn all you can about mold.

2. Have your home tested for mold. (Use an ERMI test kit).

3. Find a doctor who specializes in mold poisoning. Ask them to perform a genetic susceptibility test for mold, which is Labcorp panel #167120.

 

READ ALSO: 6 Natural Ways to Kill and Prevent Dangerous Black Mildew and Mold

 

If your mold tests do find mold in your home, #3 becomes especially important.

Don’t give up! You deserve to live a life healthy and free from mold toxicity!

References:

www.aaaai.org

www.niehs.nih.gov

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