Mold and Health Problems
Mold and moisture in your home or office may be responsible for your health problems. Many research documents are available about health problems related to indoor mold and moisture. Some of these can be read on our wiki.
If you believe that you or a family member or friend may be have mold related health problems, be on the safe side and call us. It’s not worth risking your health.
Common Symptoms of Mold Exposure
- Sinus and nasal problems,
- Respiratory problems, including difficulty breathing,
- Eye irritations,
- Sore throat,
- Skin rashes,
- Nagging cough,
- Problems with memory and concentration, aches and pains in the body, fevers, head aches, and mood swings are sometimes reported as mold related health problems.
Sufficient epidemiological evidence is available from studies conducted in different countries and under different climatic conditions to show that the occupants of damp or mouldy buildings, both houses and public buildings, are at increased risk of respiratory symptoms, respiratory infections and exacerbation of asthma. Some evidence suggests increased risks of allergic rhinitis and asthma.2009 World Health Organization
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