Black Mold Exposure Symptoms
The most common black mold exposure symptoms and health effects are associated with a respiratory response. Chronic coughing and sneezing, irritation to the eyes, mucus membranes of the nose and throat, rashes, chronic fatigue and persistent headaches can all be symptomatic of black mold exposure or black mold poisoning.
Effects of Black Mold
The Effects of Toxic black mold causes serious symptoms and health problems such as mental impairment, breathing problems, damage to internal organs and sometimes even death. The main groups of symptoms toxic black mold causes are:
Mental and neurological symptoms
Vision and eye problems
Immune system problems
Reproductive system problems
Tiredness and discomfort
Other illnesses and health effects
Black Mold In House
One of the best clues you could have toxic black mold in your house is if you are suffering from toxic symptoms. The symptoms from toxic black mold in house are much more severe than the allergic reactions caused by common non-toxic mold. You can see a list of toxic symptoms at the Toxic Black Mold Symptoms page.
Toxic black mold also needs materials to be very wet for at least a week before it can begin to grow. So if you’ve had a flood or a large water leak that went unnoticed then there is an increased likelihood that toxic black mold could be in your home.