Mold Has Been Shown To Trigger Tiredness + Mood Swings

Michael Rubino

October 9

Mold exposure can cause a long list of adverse health reactions to those exposed. The tricky thing is that no two people respond to exposure the same way. Here are ways to reduce exposure and begin healing from symptoms like chronic fatigue.

If feeling fatigued, foggy and out of sorts has become your new normal, you could be one of the millions of women suffering from neurological symptoms of exposure to mold and the mycotoxins it produces. In fact, functional medicine expert Jill Carnhahan, MD, estimates that mycotoxins, toxic substances produced by mold, play a draining role in up to 75% of patients she treats. Findings in the journal Safety and Health at Work confirm her observations, revealing that exposure to mycotoxins increases risk of fatigue by 344%. Study authors also determined that people exposed to mold were two-and-a-half times more likely to suffer from respiratory problems. Plus, they were nearly five times as likely to experience neurological symptoms of mold exposure such as brain fog and dizziness. 

Fortunately, taking steps to eliminate mold and reduce your exposure can end tiredness and significantly improve energy levels. Read on to learn where mold is lurking and how to conquer it, then see how Tania Dempsey, MD, did exactly that and restored her health.

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