May 11, 2021
Mold and Hormonal Imbalance

For women, mold toxicity may cause imbalances between progesterone and estrogen or just overall low levels of progesterone, testosterone estrogen, and DHEA.  Therefore, women can experience various medical conditions such as infertility, irregular cycles, endometriosis, premenstrual syndrome or PMS, and a depressed mood. Similarly, mold toxicity can cause low testosterone levels for men, which causes low libido and motivation. Simultaneously, elevated estrogen may lead to female features such as breast enlargement and can also cause weight gain.

February 11, 2021
Brain Damage From Mold Exposure

It is well known that mold exposure heightens the risk for respiratory diseases. However, there is a possibility that mold toxicity can impact brain health and cause cognitive issues. Today, no conclusive scientific research has linked mold exposure to dementia. Nevertheless, substantial case studies suggest that mold exposure may contribute to cognitive impairment for people vulnerable to mold toxicity. This article describes some of the long-term effects of mold exposure.

May 7, 2020

How Can You Reduce and Prevent Mold Allergy?
Mold is a type of multicellular organism found throughout nature and in our own homes. People are said to have a mold allergy when their immune system overreacts to breathing in mold spores.

6 September 20, 2019

Mold Exposure Health Risks

Mold is a fungus that develops on humid or damp spots such as ventilation ducts, walls, shower cubicles, bathrooms, etc. You can identify mold growth either by smelling the musty, damp, or mildew odor or by observing signs such as water stains or discoloration on ceilings, floors, or walls in your house. Read more to learn how mold can make you sick and ways to prevent mold health risks.

5 August 21, 2019

black mold exposure and headache

Black mold can release harmful toxins into the surrounding area. A person inhaling these toxins can experience certain health problems. People with weakened immune systems or lung disease have an increased risk of experiencing these health problems. In this blog, we will discuss what black mold is, how it affects your health, and how you can treat and prevent black mold exposure.