neurological symptoms of mold exposure
Mold exposure can cause a plethora of neurological conditions that can be difficult to diagnose. There are specialized tests that can be done to let you know if black mold is the cause of your disorder(s).


The trichothecene mycotoxin produced by black mold is a neurotoxin that kills the neurons and damages the functioning of the brain after it enters our bloodstream. Resulting black mold symptoms that affect the mental ability of our brains include anxiety, apathy, brain fog, aggression, and confusion, and they can greatly affect a person’s attention span.

Other symptoms include depression, disorientation, hallucinations, migraines, dizziness, memory loss, fainting, lethargy, panic attacks, and seizures. Black mold symptoms can also affect a person’s personality. It greatly affects young children and infants as their mental development is delayed and in some cases also causes Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), which is the sudden unexplained death of a child less than one year of age.

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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