Most consumers are unaware of the exposure to toxic molds infested in their homes, office or schools. But most of the time, these microorganisms are difficult to detect because their development is not visible macroscopically and their detection requires a specific mycological analysis. Unfortunately, some types of mold can cause damage to the human body,
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We know mold and mycotoxins can cause inflammation and neurotoxicity, but do they cause seizures? In research, patients exposed to Stachybotrys chartarum and tested positive for Macrocyclic Trichothecenes complained of a number of symptoms in which some cases included seizures, however, due to possibly other contributing factors, your physician would need to make that association.
Mold spores and their mycotoxins (secondary metabolite) are very small and difficult to detect except thru testing until a colony has grown to a significant size. Mold and mycotoxins, in fact, are so small and lightweight they can subsequently become aerosolized with normal air velocity and circulation found in the indoor environment (ie. ceiling fans,
We know airborne mold and mycotoxins, in the indoor environment, can deeply penetrate into the respiratory tract. Many respiratory symptoms have been associated with mold exposure: Asthma Inflammation Difficulty Breathing Cough Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Pulmonary Fibrosis Acute Pulmonary Hemorrhage We know thru research Aspergillus fumigatus has been identified as the major causative agent in