Uncover the Dangers of Mycotoxins for Your Brain
Join Dr Kelly Miller and Mold Expert, Bill Nicoll from US Enzymes & American Mold Experts on Tuesday, March 1 at 6 PM EST to uncover the dangers of Mycotoxins for your brain.
Mycotoxins, literally ‘fungus poison’ in Latin, are secondary metabolites that can be produced by molds, and are not living organisms. They are a byproduct of mold. Not all mold spores produce mycotoxins, but some do. So the molds that produce mycotoxins are the ones that could be categorized as ‘toxic.’ When mycotoxins have been in your body for a period of time, you can develop mycotoxicosis or ‘poisoning resulting from exposure to fungal toxins.’
Mold is very common, and can live in almost any indoor environment including: office buildings, homes, skyscrapers, and more! Any time there is even a tiny bit of moisture, mold can grow. The smallest leak can cause mold to grow in your home or office.
Why should it matter if mold grows? Mold causes serious indoor air quality problems and can make you very sick. Even healthy adults who do not have allergies or asthma can be affected by mold and poor indoor air quality. It is now known that mold causes mental health problems as well as allergy and asthma symptoms.
The Effects on Mold on your Brain
Generally when people think about the effects of mold, they think of allergies and asthma such as sneezing, wheezing, and itchy eyes. However, certain molds can also be harmful to your health. So where is the line between an allergic mold and a toxic mold? The line is defined by something called a mycotoxin.
There’s a vast array of symptoms when you are diagnosed with Mycotoxin exposure. It is not uncommon for people to experience a litany of cognitive symptoms, including, but not limited to, brain fog, confusion, inattention, disorientation, and difficulties with memory, problem solving, following conversation, reaction time, and learning. Additional neurocognitive effects can manifest as mood complaints, such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)-like behavior, and social withdrawal. Meanwhile, strictly neurological complaints vary wildly and may involve reports of sensations of dizziness, internal vibration, numbness (which may be non-dermatomal), tingling, ataxia, vertigo, sharp pain, photophobia, changes in smell and taste, and tinnitus. Symptoms such as atypical seizure presentations, syncope, tremor, tics, depersonalization, and derealization may also occur, but to a lesser extent.
Mold Remediation Must Address Both the Visible and Invisible Contaminants
Many mold remediation contractors focus solely on the removal of visible contamination. While a visual cleaning standard is certainly of help in the initial phases of gross removal, it is often not a detailed enough “yardstick” to use to measure the effectiveness of a mold remediation project
Discover the hidden toxins from Mold exposure with our Brain Expert and Mold/Enzyme Expert to uncover the truths of Mold, Mycotoxins, and its harmful effects on the brain. This live presentation will be recorded for replay to registered attendees.
Meet Kelly Miller, NMD – Amazon Best Seller Author of Saving Your Brain Book and 7 other health books, Founder of three Saving Your Brain Centers, Health Coach, Speaker, and top Brain Expert.
Meet Bill Nicoll, Managing Partner at US Enzymes and American Mold Experts. After years of research and product development, U.S. Enzyme has worked tirelessly to develop all-natural, green products that are superior in their effectiveness for each application not only in the lab, but in the actual field of everyday life where we each live. In 2008, US Enzymes started with a mold removal & cleaning product that left behind no harmful chemical in the environment and is safe for use in areas with pets and children.
Special Offer: Receive a Free Consultation with Kelly Miller, NMD of Saving Your Brain, $100 off the Initial Brain Assessment, and a FREE copy of “Is your environment stressing you out?”