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"All molds have the potential to cause health effects."  …                                               US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

"Active fungal growth in the indoor environment is inappropriate and may lead to adverse health effects.

American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH)

Breathing Problems

Some of the most commonly reported signs of a mold illness are difficulties with breathing. In a recent review of mold and medical illnesses, researchers named some of the respiratory diseases that are associated with mold exposure, which include ‘asthma, allergic rhinitis, allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis, sinusitis, and hypersensitivity pneumonitis.’

Being unable to breathe deeply, struggling for air, coughing, wheezing, or sinus problems are all likely symptoms of mold illnesses. Consult a medical professional if you have a concern about your potential exposure to mold.

Sensitive Eyes and Headaches

Redness in your eyes, itchiness, or blurry vision may be related to mold illnesses. Some people are sensitive to mold as an allergen, which prompts their immune system to start working more when they are exposed to it. If your symptoms are similar to hay fever or seasonal allergies and are accompanied by a headache and other symptoms of a mold illness, seek medical attention and explain your concerns to your doctor.

Digestive Problems

Nausea, diarrhea, stomach pain, and a lack of appetite are some of the digestive signs of a mold illness. Although these symptoms might lead you to eat less and thus lose weight, weight gain is actually a possible sign of a mold illness.

Depressed Mood 

Psychological stress is normal when you have little control over your home environment and have a poor indoor air quality that can affect your health. Take control of the stress by reducing the sources of moisture in the home, adding house plants to clean the air, and run a fan to keep air circulating.

Muscle pain not due to strain

Unexplained muscle pain that isn’t caused by strenuous activity is one sign of a mold illness. The muscle pain can be anywhere in the body. Muscle cramps and sharp, intense ‘pin prick’ pains have also been reported when people come into contact with mold.

Twitching, tingling, or numbness

That sensation of pins and needles when your hand falls asleep after you’ve had it in an awkward position is the tingling sensation that people suffering from a mold illness have reported.