The following are the most commonly reported health symptoms related to mold exposure:
- Repiratory Problems
- Shortness of Breath
- Nose Irritation
- Throat Irritation
- Eye Irritation
- Skin Rashes
Headaches, memory problems, nosebleeds, body aches and fever are occasionally reported as well.
These symptoms can occur from exposure to mold growth or airborne mold spores in your home or work environment. Should you experience any of these symptoms, consult your family physician who will decide whether you need to be referred to a specialist. Such a specialist might include an allergist who treats patients with mold allergies or an infectious disease specialist who can treat infections related to mold growth.
If you suspect that you are ill because of exposure to mold, contact Manhattan and Westchester Mold Inspections to have a full evaluation of your premises. If you believe that mold exposure is a concern in your workplace, notify your employer so that action can be taken to remove the growth, thereby preventing and eliminating health symptoms.