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Studies of more than 500 examples, if your doctor presumes you are being exposed to mold in your home that is affecting your wellbeing, there is a strong probability that they are right. Consequently, the environmental assessment and testing of your home for mold and mycotoxins is a basic step to understanding the dimension of contamination and building up the best fitting remediation plan so you can get back on a way to healthy wellbeing.
Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)
According to Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker (a top authority on mold illness), 24% of the population has a genetic defect that makes them susceptible to chronic mold illness. That’s almost 80 million people in the U.S. alone.
According to CDC, approximately 300,000 people per year are diagnosed with Lyme Disease. Extrapolate that over just the last 10 years, and there at least 3 million additional people with mold susceptibility in the U.S.
According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), approximately 24 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disease, and that the prevalence is rising. Some examples include Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), Multiple Sclerosis, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Psoriasis/Psoriatic Arthritis.
According to Mary Arkerly, prolonged mold exposure increases the risk of being diagnosed with a mood disorder like depression by 45%. According to Dr. Shoemaker, 25% of the population is susceptible to bio-toxin related illnesses.
The information contained on this site is for informational and educational purposes only. It does not represent a health diagnosis, therapeutic recommendation or prescription for treatment. We urge you to consult and obtain medical advice from a licensed, trained, and competent medical provider for concerns with health issues.
Ask Mold Illness Experts
Dr. Morrison’s goals to successfully treating his patients is to identify the cause of their symptoms, which in many cases, comes from continued exposure to toxic chemicals and mold. In order to successfully detoxify his patients, he follows the principle of eliminating exposure.– Dr. Jeffery Morrison
Dr. Corson advises her patients with persistent chronic Lyme disease that continued exposure to mold in their home will inhibit their progression of treatment. Many of the symptoms for mold exposure are similar to Lyme disease.– Dr. Ann Corson
Dr. Rothman treats many patients for Chronic Inflammatory response syndrome (CIRS) which has been directly correlated to biotoxin exposures such as Mold and Mycotoxins. Part of his treatment protocol is to remove and/or avoid Mold and Mycotoxins from the environment.– Dr. Michael Rothman
Dr. Steph discusses that continued exposure to Mold and Mycotoxins can have serious neurological implications. She has shared examples having difficulty treating patients with early-onset Alzheimer and Dementia when a Mold problem exists in the home.– Dr. Stephanie Chaney
Dr. Dempsey shares that if you have been treated for chronic autoimmune disorders like Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, mold can be a factor that is inhibiting your ability to get better.– Dr. Tania Dempsy