If mold spores are inhaled or ingested, YOU CAN BECOME SERIOUSLY ILL!
The longer you go undiagnosed and untreated, the faster the mold will continuously grow inside your body making you more sick with each day that passes. As mold continues to grow inside your body, it produces a poison called “MYCOTOXIN”, these poisons remain in your body day after day. Each day the mold is left untreated, the larger the colonies of mold will become producing larger amounts of toxins in your body.
Related Illnesses from Mold Exposure:
- Lung Damage
- Brain Damage
- Skin Disorders
Different species of molds produce different types of toxins and people can go through a wide range of different symptoms. Because the variety of a person’s symptoms to mold exposure range differently, many physicians diagnose patients to having “psychological issues.”
Level I – Common Symptoms of Mold Exposure
The most common reported symptoms of short term mold exposure:
- Itching Skin
- Redness of the Skin
- Watery Eyes
- Itching Eyes
Level II – Advanced Symptoms of Mold Exposure:
The following symptoms have been reported by people who have been exposed
to a mold contaminated property for an extended period of time (home, school, office)!
- Constant Headache
- Nose Bleeds
- Breathing Disorder
- Coughing up Blood or Black Looking Mucus
- Loss of Appetite
- Weight Loss
- Hair Loss
- Skin Irritations
- Open Sores
- Short Term Memory Loss
- Neurological and Nervous Disorders
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Swollen Glands in the neck and/or armpit area
- Sudden Asthma Attacks or Breathing Disorders
- Ear Infections and Ear Pain
- Chronic Sinus Infections
- Chronic Bronchitis
- Painful Muscles and Joints
It is important to remember that different species of molds have different reactions with
the human body!
Level III – Late Stage Symptoms of Mold Exposure:
The following conditions of mold exposure are the most severe and are caused by high
levels of exposure!
- Brain Damage
- Long Term Memory Loss
- Bleeding Lungs
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Disclaimer: This information is to provide you with general information about mold
and is not intended to provide legal advice, construction advice, or medical advice of any kind.
For proper legal advice, contact an attorney. For construction and remediation advice, contact a certified mold remediation company. For proper medical advice, please contact your physician.