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Is mold making you sick? If you are sensitive to mold, inhaling or touching mold can make you sick. The mold symptoms may include allergic reactions such as sneezing, runny nose, red eyes, and skin rash. Some people may experience more severe reactions, including shortness of breath. In people with asthma, inhaling mold spores can trigger asthma attacks.
While it is generally known that mold can cause sickness, there are several facts and myths about mold that everyone should know. A lot of half-truths and outright lies floating around regarding mold, held as truths by most people. It’s hard to know what’s what, especially when the phrase “black mold” starts getting thrown around. The situation is made worse by the social media and the internet for making it easy for the self-proclaimed "mold experts" to spread myths about mold. In this ebook we’re going to share some mold facts and also some myths that everyone should know. We are also going to discuss how you can prevent mold growth in your home. For your peace of mind, learn more about mold and how you can handle it if it grows in your home.
Many people think that mold and mildew are different things. No wonder you will find that homeowners will panic when they are told they have "mold" in their house but are OK if told it is just "mildew". Little do people know that there is no difference between mold and mildew. If you search online, you may find incorrect statements like "Mildew is distinguished from its closely related counterpart, mold, largely by its color: molds appear in shades of black, blue, red, and green, whereas mildew is white." This statement is misleading. In fact some molds are actually white. You'll learn more about the color of mold in this ebook.