Health Issues Related To Mold
The effects of mold include coughing, frequent sneezing, itchy eyes, headaches, difficulty breathing, dizziness, flu-like symptoms and chronic fatigue. Mold exposure has also been proven to be associated with fever, flu-like symptoms, fatigue, respiratory dysfunction (including coughing up blood), excessive and regular nose bleeds, dizziness, headaches, diarrhea, vomiting, liver damage, irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat, dermatitis, exacerbation of asthma, and respiratory distress.
Dr. Chin from Cherry Hill Laboratory in New Jersey, the world’s foremost scientist and authority on mold said “given sufficient square footage in a confined space in your home even a non-toxic mold will break down your body’s defenses and you will develop an allergic reaction.” With these facts in mind no one should be living with mold.
If you know that you have mold growing in your home do not waste time or money by getting it tested. Get it remediated immediately.