1. SENSITIVE EYES AND HEADACHE
Redness in your eyes, itching or blurred vision may be related to mold allergy.
Some people are sensitive to mold as an allergen, which makes their immune system start working harder when exposed to it.
So if your symptoms look like hay fever or seasonal allergies accompanied by a headache and one of the next symptoms of mold allergy, you’ll need a mold inspection asap. And don’t forget to see a doctor.
Toxic mold specialists studying mold-related diseases have found that houses that are wet also affect people’s mood. There was a definite relationship between home humidity, mold and symptoms of depression.
Psychological stress is normal when you have little control over your home environment and have poor indoor air quality that can affect your health.
Take control of the stress by reducing the sources of moisture in the house, adding indoor plants to purify the air, and run a fan to circulate the air.
3. DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS
Nausea, diarrhea, stomach pain and lack of appetite are some of the digestive signs of a mold-related disease. Although these symptoms may lead you to eat less and lose weight.
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