Health Symptoms of Black Mold

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Black mold can cause allergic reactions that include runny noses, itchy and watery eyes, coughing, sneezing and throat irritation. Find out how black mold can develop into asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease with help from a nurse and respiratory care practitioner in this free video on black mold health symptoms.

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Health symptoms of Black Mold. It's an allergic reaction to the black mold. You can have runny nose, itchy and watery eyes, coughing and sneezing, throat irritation. Sinusitis will definitely be increased if you have sinus at all, it's definitely going to be increased with black mold. Also black mold can develop in to asthma, where it's a chronic destructive pulmonary disease and it can mean long term that you would have symptoms of asthma or you would develop asthma. The fungus contamination is increased and with that you're going to get an increased irritation to the mucosa and when you have that type of contamination, you're going to have headaches and perhaps you'll see an attention span decrease. Could become dizzy. There's all kinds of problems with black mold but these are just some of the symptoms that you will see if you have been exposed to black mold. You need to see your physician if you think you have been exposed to black mold. Mold is mold, but black mold is defined here, that you can see it growing quite readily and it does appear to be black in sight.

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