Symptoms of Mould Exposure

Feeling tired:
How many times have you felt unwell tired, and it’s an effort just to keep going There’s a musty smell in your home or place of work, but no one is listening. Sometimes you feel like you’re going crazy because everyone is telling you there’s nothing wrong. Guess what! You may not be crazy! Start really looking at your indoor environment. You may not see the mould it maybe under kitchen cupboards behind skirting boards in wall cavities.

Here is the common sense way to detect if you are affect by your environment go away , stay with a friend if things improve guess what you are probably reacting to you indoor environment.

Shortness of breath:
Naturally shortness of breath can be associated with numerous health issues, lack of exercise, smoking the list goes on, so don’t just grab one or two symptoms and go into fungal melt down just look at everything but at the same time realise that Symptoms of severe reactions include fever and difficulty breathing. People with compromised immune systems or those with chronic lung disease can develop serious infections of the lungs due to moulds.

Eye irritation:
Eye irritation, such as itchy, red, watery eyes – The most common effects are allergic responses from breathing mould spores but exposure to fine fungal and bacterial components can cause a direct reaction. These allergic responses include hay fever or asthma and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat or lungs. We usually cannot say how much mold is too much as our reactions to allergens can vary greatly depending on individual sensitivity. Allergic responses can come from exposure to dead as well as to living mold spores and their fragments. Therefore, killing mold with bleach and or other disinfectants may not prevent allergic responses.

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