What health issues are linked to black mould (mold) infestation?
Asthma and allergies: People who suffer from asthma or allergies will experience increased discomfort including skin rash and itchiness, runny nose, eye irritation, cough and/or congestion from mould exposure.
Black Mould (Mold) infection: Those who have an immune suppression problem or underlying lung disease have a higher risk of mould infection.
Fever and flu-like symptoms: Fever, dizziness, headaches, fatigue, respiratory dysfunction (including coughing up blood) have often been linked to black mould (mold) infestation.
Liver damage and stomach issues: Vomiting, diarrhoea, liver damage and stomach issues have been known to often be a result of prolonged exposure to black mould (mold).
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