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Mold Health Risk Information for Residents of Atlanta, Marietta, Roswell, Alpharetta, Dunwoody & Surrounding Areas

Mold Health RiskThose who have recently discovered that their home or place of business is infested with mold often panic, especially after they have researched mold health risk information. It is advisable for these individuals to get examined by their doctor and discuss any health issues he or she might have experienced since being exposed to the mold.

Before visiting a doctor, it is probably a good idea for patients to familiarize themselves with the symptoms of mold exposure and to evaluate whether they have experienced any of them. Exposure to toxic mold can cause symptoms that are categorized in the following varying degrees:

  • Level I – Short-term exposure to toxic mold can cause individuals to experience symptoms of sneezing, skin irritation, watery eyes, and headache.
  • Level II – The advanced symptoms of mold exposure, which occur after individuals have been in contact with the substance on and off for extended periods of time, include constant headaches, fatigue, nose bleeds, nausea, diarrhea, hair loss, sexual dysfunction, chronic sinusitis, joint and muscle pain, and more.
  • Level III – High levels of mold exposure can produce severe symptoms, including blindness, brain damage, cancer, and even death.

This information was provided by the Mold Treatment Centers of Georgia. Visit their websites at www.mymoldproblem.com and www.moldtc.com to receive more mold health risk information and to learn about the medical treatment options for mold-related illnesses.

If your home in Douglasville, Kennesaw, Woodstock, Marietta, Alpharetta, or surrounding areas is in need of mold remediation, contact NoMoldAtlanta to schedule a free in-home evaluation. Our certified mold remediation experts can help you and your loved ones enjoy a healthier environment, free of mold health risks.