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How Mold Can Effect the Brain

Icon, October 7 2021

Yes, mold can affect your brain! Depression, anxiety, anger, fear, and helplessness have all been well-documented symptoms of mold. Many times, anxiety and depression can be an early sign of exposure. Symptoms: Additional effects on the brain: It can be difficult knowing you have mold in your home and feeling like you have to get rid of items or mo...

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What does mold smell like?

Paula Hensley, September 9 2021

Mold produces microbial volatile organic compounds which can either be odorless or have a musty smell. The process of detecting the smell of mold: Check for reactions when entering the room. The nose can detect the smell first out of any of your other senses. If you are in a room with mold, it may be sneezing or nose irritation Check for the sme...

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Mold After Water

Paula Hensley, September 3 2021

One of the major causes of mold growth in homes is water damage. Mold growth can destroy you furniture, walls, flooring, carpets and other items in the building. The menace of mold can result in poor indoor air quality. You can get respiratory problems such as bronchitis, asthma and other...

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Mold After Water Damage

Paula Hensley, June 23 2021

Mold smell after water damage Molds are most likely to begin their growth inside your building on or in wet materials after you have experience some water damages in your homes. You don't need to see molds before you know that you have them growing in your home after water damage, once you detect a noticeable earthy or musty smell; it means that yo...

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Floods and Mold

Paula Hensley, December 14 2020

When a city is flooded, it can introduce a new ecosystem consisting of fungal growth. 5o inches of rain not only does damage to the buildings it submerges but it also causes a lot of moisture buildup problems. Wetlands, which once were used to help drain excess water, have been turned into urban neighborhoods, offering little outlet for flooding.

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