Mold Toxicity Treatment in Denver, Cherry Creek. The Most Effective Mold Therapy in Colorado.
Mold toxicity, also known as mycotoxicity, mold illness, or mold-related illness, can result from exposure to certain types of molds and their toxic byproducts. The symptoms can vary from person to person, and the severity depends on the individual’s sensitivity to mold and the extent of exposure. Here are some common and uncommon symptoms associated with mold toxicity:
Respiratory issues: Coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, nasal congestion, and throat irritation are common respiratory symptoms.
Sinus problems: Sinusitis, sinus headaches, and chronic sinus infections may occur.
Fatigue: Feeling tired, lethargic, or experiencing unexplained weakness.
Headaches: Frequent headaches or migraines.
Neurological symptoms: Brain fog, difficulty concentrating, memory problems, or mood changes.
Skin problems: Rashes, hives, or other skin irritations.
Eye irritation: Red, watery, itchy eyes.
Allergic reactions: Sneezing, runny nose, and allergic rhinitis.
Muscle and joint pain: Unexplained muscle aches and joint pain.
Digestive issues: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.
Sensitivity to light and sound: Increased sensitivity to bright lights and loud noises.
Numbness and tingling: In some cases, individuals may experience tingling sensations or numbness in extremities.
Excessive thirst and increased urination: Mold toxicity can sometimes affect the endocrine system, leading to changes in thirst and urination patterns.
Sweating: Some individuals may experience excessive sweating, especially at night.
Tremors or shaking: Uncontrolled tremors or shaking of the hands or other body parts.
Temperature regulation issues: Feeling unusually hot or cold, regardless of the surrounding temperature.
Increased urinary frequency: Frequent urination unrelated to fluid intake.
Seizures: A rare causative agent of idiopathic seizures, often overlooked.
It is important to note that these symptoms can be caused by various other health conditions, so proper evaluation by a healthcare professional is necessary for an accurate diagnosis. If you suspect mold toxicity due to exposure to mold in your environment, it is essential to address the mold issue and seek medical attention to determine the underlying cause of your symptoms.
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This must include a comprehensive history and exam, diagnostic lab testing, removal of the source or removal of yourself from the exposure, and then begin treatment consisting of:
- sweating through physical exercise
- detoxification strategies
- IV infusions
- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
and others depending on your situation.
We are your healthcare team for Mold Exposure and Toxicity in Denver. With the most effective treatments around, you will be feeling yourself again soon enough. If you or a loved one is suffering from odd physical, mental, or neurological symptoms, or recently found mold in their environment we are ready and dedicated at getting you back to your fullest.
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