What Could Be the Dangers of Inhaling Toxic Black Mold Everyday?

February 5th, 2011 by admin

I am getting tired of going to work and coming home everday with a runny nose, coughing, itchy and swollen red eyes, and wheezing! All of my coworkers have the same problem. What are the dangers if we keep inhaling toxic black mold? Thanks for your answers!


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4 Responses

  1. rb

    i used to live in this old house, my room was over the basement that flooded alot and so there was alot of mold. i was so sick all the time and didnt realize it was the mold until i moved out. i always had sinus infections. when i moved out i had to throw away alot of sheets b/c yu could just SMELL the mold.
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  2. lucee

    Sinus infections and chronic bronchitis, which is COPD – Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
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  3. gangadharan_nair

    Health problems associated with high levels of airborne mold spores include allergic reactions, asthma episodes, irritations of the eye, nose and throat, infections, sinus congestion, and other respiratory problems. When inhaled, mold spores may germinate, attaching to cells along the respiratory tract and causing further problems in those with weak immune systems.
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  4. Emmy

    I have been living in a mold environment as well and didn’t know it. I had to evacuate my hous… I have done a lot of research and it is VERY dangerous…It can cause memory loss, sinus problems, lung problems, ect. I read an article a couple of days ago "Is your job killing you" It can also cause Chronic fatigue, a number of other things…

    Your boss is responsible. The fire department needs to come in an do an air sample to see how bad it is and your boss needs to be notified. It is very dangerous and you will stay sick until the mold is removed.
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