17 Signs Of Mold illness And How To Tell If You Are At Risk
Published on Feb 28, 2017
17 SIGNS OF MOLD ILLNESS AND HOW TO TELL IF YOU’RE AT RISK
Mold is a common issue and it may also be present in your home and be the reason for numerous health issues.
However, you need to know its symptoms and who are most prone to it, in order to treat the issue and avoid adverse effects.
However, according to the conventional medicine, it is not a problem, and it, therefore, offers no proper treatment. Moreover, its symptoms are similar to the ones of other ailments, as they are nonspecific, and often attributed to other reasons.
Yet, these are the most common signs of mold illness:
Fatigue, post-exercise malaise, and weakness
Memory problems, focusing issues, executive function problems, brain fog
Light sensitivity, blurred vision, red eyes
Sinus problems, air hunger, cough, shortness of breath, asthma-like signs
Weight gain despite sufficient effort (weight loss resistance)
Muscle cramps, constant nerve pain, pain in the joints, aches without inflammatory arthritis, “ice pick” pain
Persistent nerve pain
Numbness and tingling
Abdominal pain, diarrhea, appetite changes, nausea
Night sweats or temperature regulation issues
Regarding these symptoms, you can easily see why they are often confused with other diseases’ signs. Yet, the disastrous effects of mold have been scientifically studies for more than three decades.
Namely, the mold is actually a combination of numerous types of fungi that grow in filaments and reproduce by creating tiny spores that sprout and fly away, and cannot be spotted by the naked eye.
Mold thrives in warm, damp, and humid places. It may also appear, for instance, in Nevada and Arizona, in places with poor ventilation, floods, or water leaks, even if they are dry.
Mold can appear in the showerhead, bathroom, poor ventilated rooms, it can attach to the furniture, books, pets, shoes, carpets, and papers. It is able to circulate in the air system as well. Therefore, it is advisable that you change HVAC filters on three months.
Water-damaged buildings lead to the formation of a complex combination of contaminants present in the air and dust, creating a toxic chemical mixture. Also, mold forms toxic ingredients known as mycotoxins, which remain on spores and fragments of mold released into the air.
Yet, note that mold illness is not caused by a single toxin, but the cause is more due to the water-damaged area or building itself. The newest review also found sinuses to be a common reason for persistent mold illness.
Unfortunately, the reality is that half of the buildings we live in are water damaged, causing mold and mold illnesses to the ones which are more prone to it. Considering the fact that most of us spend a lot of time indoors, in our offices, or at home, we should all learn how to reduce these harmful influence.
Namely, mold toxicity is classified in the big category of biotoxin illness, or Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS).
Ritchie Shoemaker, MD, the author of 8 books on this issue, including Surviving Mold: Life in the Era of Dangerous Buildings, defines CIRS as follows:
Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) is “an acute and chronic, systemic inflammatory response acquired following exposure to the interior environment of a water-damaged building with resident toxigenic organisms, including, but not limited to fungi, bacteria, actinomycetes, and mycobacterium as well as inflammagens . . . . “
Dr. Shoemaker also comments that: “24 percent of people cannot make adequate antibody responses, and they’re the ones that comprise over 95 percent of people who have an illness from water-damaged buildings.”
Hence, we will now explain the role of DNA and its impact on the susceptibility to mold illness.
As stated by Dr. Shoemaker as well, around 24 percent of the population is genetically susceptible to mold toxicity, as they have an immune response gene (HLA-DR).
Therefore, people with these genes have an increased risk of mold illness. This subgroup includes 95% of mold illness.
Also, there is 2 percent more who are especially prone to it and have a “sicker quicker” variation of these genes. What’s more, if you are not vulnerable to mold illness, it still does not mean that you have zero chances to suffer from it.
In the case of mold vulnerability, people cannot recognize specific toxins as toxins, like mold, and they get recirculated in the body. Consequently, toxins lead to a continuing inflammatory response.
Mold illness from water-damaged buildings is a severe health issue, as it is a state of chronic inflammation due to a weakened immune system, and it does not heal on its own, provoking various illnesses if left untreated. The illness is built into the DNA and as soon as it is activated, symptoms and the inflammatory response may long.
The diagnosis of CIRS requires the presence of the following criteria:
Abnormalities documented by Visual Co
Kalena Aguayo - 4 days ago
This is the most annoying "voice" I've ever heard 😂
Alison Rennie - 3 weeks ago
My carpel tunnel is flaring up just watching this! I'm sure that's another sign
Si'sha B - 3 weeks ago
Damn!!!Damn!!!!Damn!!!! No more Voice Robot!!!
Andy Ramirez - 4 weeks ago
Lmao , thats not mold, its all the chem trails they drop on us.
Rockstar Chica - 1 month ago
Georgia Young - 1 month ago
um... where are the symptoms? did I miss it????
Love my baby - 1 month ago
Stopped at 3:58 she making my head hurt even more 😩✌
Kevin - 1 month ago
why the fuck go through the effort of making this video to have the worst robot voice narrate it? You're a legitimate idiot.
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Steve - 2 months ago
I breathed in some mold spores 3 weeks ago and had breathing problems that night. The breathing problems went quickly but I have had sore glands and headaches since. Do I need to do anything?
Braxton Curry - 2 months ago
Retarded robo voice
Staci B - 2 months ago
Living in AZ n since i moved here a year ago i been sick. Mold keeps coming up in my toilet now i know why
Richard Perez - 2 months ago
Any scientific evidence affirming this?
Pookie Davis - 3 months ago
What is she? A robo bitch?
Sunlite - 3 months ago
First of all I don't like the robotic voice. Mold toxicity could also come from teeth that have mercury fillings or any type of fillings and/or root canals covered by dental crowns, the tooth underneath the crowns or fillings become infected creating mold because the nerves and blood vessels are blocked and the blood flow on that tooth is interrupted thus mold forms on the tooth/teeth which spreads to other teeth, gums and within the body/organs and blood. A trip/visit at the dentist is the beginning of one's suffering and then the medical doctors are the ones that finish off the deadly work with toxic medications thus sending the patient straight to the morgue, but not before making the patient suffer excruciating pain while the dentists and doctors make lots $$$$$$ off of the suffering patient
Mjuszko - 3 months ago
As for the Robot voice , a lot of people are foreign or cant speak at all .So they use a program on the computer in English so We l can hear it! . There are thousands of video's with this voice program . So just be grateful they made the Damn video and quit whining
P M - 3 months ago
The robot voice and the ridiculous writing visual is making me ill.
Tammy Davenport - 3 months ago
I hate this shit-!
Tammy Davenport - 3 months ago
Oh for gucks sake read tis crap in your own voice!
glaco - 4 months ago
Don’t go through the trouble of making a video if you’re going to use this shitty narration
Laura Saxon - 4 months ago
Very sad rhat in a so called advanced society can't even afford to eat good food ..certainly can't afford testing or removals and just get more illness and suffering ✌💖⭐😂 our world is failing
MusicStation - 4 months ago
Every time it says if I will punch someone
mcgeebag1 - 4 months ago
Bep-Bob-bo thank you robot woman.
Nightmarish Life - 5 months ago
Girl your voice is dry like the desert! Go get water!!!
Pam Johnson - 5 months ago
Free action movies show me the movies
Cat Catt - 5 months ago
Stop making those fucked up vides , nobody understands it and it only gives me height blood pressure😤 not enough people that want to do the talking? Whoever makes it must be lazy af to be using this dumb technique, 😂😂😂this shit is not working, so stop making crap!
icanfix1 - 5 months ago
Watching this video is probably more damaging than the mold itself.
Kevin G - 5 months ago
THE STYLE AND LEVEL OF DEPTH OF THIS VIDEO IS DOES MORE HARM THAN GOOD TO THE ISSUE 1) The robot voice creates a sense of non-genuine information -- no human face, people are hiding. 2) It's slowness disrespects the time of the person that is watching, especially if the person is suffering from the illness. 3) The statements about symptoms need to be explained by the underlying biological mechanisms to be convincing. ENOUGH SAID!
KJ hustle guy - 5 months ago
she sounds like she is drinking mold
Bob Is The Builder - 5 months ago
15 seconds and I had enough! The narrator must be the one night stand drunken thresome child of WALL-E, Speak and Spell, and a Radio Shack TRS-80