Mold exposure is exposure to an allergen and can affect sinuses, ears, throat, and lungs.
A mold is a tiny simple-cell organism with no leaves, stems or flowers. They do not grow their own food; they have no green coloring matter or chlorophyll, but depend on plants, animals or decaying vegetable matter for their food.
Mold exposure is exposure to a chemical (mycotoxin) which can affect heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, immune system, brain, and almost every cell in the body.
A mycotoxin is fat soluble and is absorbed by the intestinal lining, skin and through inhalation.
A mycotoxin is toxic to vertebrates or to humans.
A mycotoxin is similar in chemical structure to ketones, aldehydes, alcohols, and aromatic and aliphatic compounds.
Mold exposure can be life threatening.
Therefore, get the facts.
Get the complete, concise and correct information.
Identification and count of molds present in your home.
Identification and amount of mycotoxins present in your body.
Evaluation and treatment of mold allergy.
Evaluation and treatment of mycotoxins present in the body.
Why is it necessary to be evaluated, tested and treated by an experienced physician in an established clinical setting?
Below is a list of molds, their mycotoxins and their health effects.
caustic to mucous membranes
Fusaric acid, T-2
deadly lung toxin
high dose/chronic low dose is lethal
Gliotoxin, T-2 toxin
Lung toxin, GI tract toxin
These are only a few of the molds, the 400 mycotoxins, and the health effects which can be created by exposure.
Mold exposure is exposure to an allergen and to a chemical.
Mold exposure can be dangerous to your health.
Make the correct decision for diagnosis and treatment. For the sake of your health, call the Environmental Health Center-Dallas at 214-373-5146.