circulatory symptoms
Prolonged exposure to black mold can cause a number of circulatory issues that can endanger your life.


When you are exposed to Stachybotrys Chartarum, or toxic black mold, you may display symptoms of circulatory problems. Its spores and mycotoxins can enter your body via your respiratory system by being breathed in, your digestive system by being ingested, and can also be absorbed via the mucus membranes in your eyes and pores in your skin. Ultimately mycotoxins will eventually make their way into your bloodstream and are pumped into every part of your body, giving them the ability to cause damage to your circulatory system and heart.
Circulatory symptoms from toxic black mold can include:

  • Bone marrow disruption
  • Blood clots or clotting problems
  • Bruising
  • Chest pains
  • Heart attack
  • Heart damage
  • Heart inflammation
  • Internal bleeding, hemorrhage
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Low blood pressure
  • Vomiting blood
Mold Badger Tip: If you are experiencing a huge decrease in the quality of your life due to physical ailments, you owe it to yourself to keep digging until the truth is uncovered! Mold is subtle, and many times invisible and black mold symptoms mimic other, more common, disorders. Mold is equally misunderstood by laymen and health professionals alike, so getting your home or workplace tested for mold can objectively answer this question once and for all.

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