Mould allergy has been thought to cause all sorts of symptoms from wheezing and asthma to depression, rhinitis (running nose) and even panic attacks. Often when you experience these symptoms you may be quite unaware of the presence of mould and not recognise it as a trigger for your symptoms.
If you do know that you are allergic to mould you may have tried to scrub the mould off or use toxic chemicals to clean it. By scrubbing you release mould spores into the air, which can then end up in your lungs. And by using toxic chemicals you expose yourself to the chemical fumes. The key to controlling mould is to control the humidity in your indoor environment and use non-toxic sprays to denature the spores.
Mould allergy can leave you feeling very depressed and confused but there are some very important measures you can take, which will make a huge difference to you.
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