Breaking Off the Engagement… Just As Intended

The top, most-common mold health symptoms, symptoms of mold exposure, symptoms of deadly or unhealthy black mold and toxic mold, symptoms of mold poisoning, and mold health problems are listed below, in alphabetical order. Learn about available medical mold diagnostic and treatment procedures in the succeeding chapters. A mold victim may experience one or more symptoms or mold illness, and not all occupants will experience the same symptoms and illnesses because people differ significantly in their sensitivity and reaction to exposure to elevated levels of indoor mold growth. Breaking Off the Engagement… Just As Intended

abdominal pain
abnormal pap smears
acid reflux / indigestion
allergies and anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction)
altered immunity
asthma and asthmatic signs (sudden onset asthma, increased asthma attacks, wheezing, shortness in breath, coughing, burning in lungs)
balance problems
bladder and kidney pain
bleeding lungs
blood pressure irregularities
body aches and muscle pains
breathing difficulties (tightness in chest, shortness of breath)
bruising easily
burning in mouth, throat and lungs similar to acid reflux
central nervous system effects
cholesterol or triglycerides irregularities
chronic fatigue (chronic, excessive or continued) and/or general malaise
chronic sinus infections
coated tongue
colds, recurring and with decreased resistance to infections
dandruff problems (chronic) that won’t go away despite use of anti-dandruff shampoos
dark urine
death in extreme cases
dermatitis and skin rashes
difficulty concentrating
difficulty in swallowing
dirt-like taste in mouth
dry, hacking cough or coughing up blood (resulting to sore lungs/chest due to excessive coughing)
early menopause
eye and vision problems
eye irritation (burning, watery, or reddened eyes)
face flushing intermittently
facial movements inadvertently or extreme jerking
feeling lost or disconnected from what’s happening around you
feelings of hopelessness
fibromyalgia (chronic fatigue and widespread pain)
food allergies
frequent bloody noses
frequent infections
hair loss
heart attack
hemorrhagic or hypersensitivity pneumonitis (extrinsic allergic alveolitis, or farmers’ lung disease)
hypersensitivity to mold
indigestion (heartburn / acid reflux)
irritability, mood swings, spleen pain or sudden personality changes
irritable bowel syndrome
itching of the nose, mouth, eyes, throat, skin or any area
kidney pain and failure
large boils on neck
leaky gut syndrome
liver pain
long lasting flu-like symptoms
memory loss or learning difficulties (brain fog, confusion, Alzheimer’s-like symptoms)
metallic taste in mouth
multiple chemical sensitivity
night sweats and hot flashes
nose or throat irritation
numbness in face and limbs
open skin sores and lacerations
open sores on head
organic dust toxic syndrome
peripheral nervous system effects
physical weakness
poor appetite
puffy or droopy eyes
rashes or hives
redness of the sclera (white portion of your eyes)
respiratory distress
ringing in ears
runny nose (rhinitis), clear, thin, watery mucus from your nose may appear suddenly, or thick, green slime coming out of nose (from sinus cavities)
sensitivity to smells / odors
sinus congestion, sinus problems, chronic sinusitis and other nasal problems
skin rashes or irritation
skin redness
sleep disorders
slurred speech or verbal dysfunction (trouble in speaking)
sneezing fits (more than three sneezes in a row, happening often)
spitting up mucous
swollen glands
swollen lymph nodes
systemic candida infection
tremors (shaking)
unexplained fevers
urinary tract infection (UTI)
vertigo or dizziness
vomiting (nausea)
women’s health problems (such as endometriosis and vaginal yeast infections)
Humans and pets suffer severe health consequences from exposure to elevated levels of indoor airborne mold spores thrown into the breathing air by molds growing on and inside walls, wallpaper, ceilings, floors, carpeting, furniture, window air conditioners, heating/cooling ducts, attics, crawl spaces, and basements.