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Video, The Symptoms of Mold Exposure and Mold Sickness
Level - I Common Symptoms of Mold Exposure
The most commonly reported symptoms of short term mold exposure:
Level - II Advanced Symptoms of Mold Exposure
The following symptoms of Mold exposure have been reported generally as a result from persons being in a Mold contaminate environment on and off for an extended period of time. Symptoms are reported to have become more severe and longer lasting directly in proportion to the length of exposure time. Their reported symptoms are as follows:
While it seems Mold can cause many symptoms one must remember that there are thousands of species of Mold. Different species of Mold can have a wide variety of reactions within different people.
Level - III Late Symptoms of Mold Exposure
The following Mold exposure symptoms are the most severe and are attributed to high levels of exposure:
Mold Sickness Has Commonly Been Misdiagnosed by General Practitioners as the Following:
The Symptoms Of Mold Exposure, Mold Sickness, and Mold Related Illnesses
Mold exposure has now been linked to asthma, fibromyalgia, depression, invasive pulmonary aspergillosis (IPA) which remains a major cause of mortality in diabetics,infants, the elderly, people undergoing cancer treatment, people suffering with ARC, AIDS, the immuno-compromised and organ transplant recipients.
Mold exposure has also become suspect as a cause of "SIDS", Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Aspergillus fungi have been documented to colonize previously damaged lung tissue and commonly colonize the airways of patients with cystic fibrosis, emphysema, asthma, smokers and healthy lungs.