Defending Your Immune System Against Mold Toxins
Mold toxins are harmful and can affect many areas of the body, including suppressing the immune system, causing cancer, birth defects, impairing the nervous system, and mitochondrial function. Mycotoxins produced by microfungi can cause various chronic symptoms, including:
- Autoimmune Conditions
Diagnosing and treating mold toxicity is challenging, and conventional physicians may not be equipped to detect or address mold illness or black mold symptoms. At Forum Health Austin, our functional medicine doctors specialize in identifying and treating mold toxicity. By using evidence-based tests, advanced detox methods, and immune system strengthening therapies, we can help you regain your health.
The First Steps in Mold Toxicity Treatment
The initial and vital stride in addressing mold illness is to cease all ongoing exposure to additional mycotoxins, as well as other potential disease-contributing toxins, whether natural or man-made. By eliminating these harmful substances from your environment, the body can begin its journey towards recovery.
At Forum Health Austin, we utilize cutting-edge diagnostic tests, including a highly sensitive urine test capable of measuring minute quantities of mycotoxins. This advanced assessment allows for accurate identification and monitoring of mold-related toxins within the body. Coupled with appropriate management strategies, individuals can reclaim their health as symptoms gradually fade away. Our comprehensive approach to mold illness treatment empowers you to break free from its clutches and embark on a transformative healing journey. Together, we can restore your well-being and pave the way for a brighter, toxin-free future.
Mold Exposure May Contribute to Other Diseases
Did you know that mold exposure symptoms can imitate various chronic illnesses? This can even lead to other diseases, such as:
- autoimmune disease
- chronic fatigue
- hormonal disorders
- irritable bowel syndrome
- sleep disorder
The symptoms can also be mistaken for environmental illnesses, like chronic persistent Lyme disease and other persisting infections. It is vital to note that patients with mold illness or an allergy to mold may also have other environmental toxicants to contend with. Stay mindful of your environment to ensure your overall well-being!
When to See a Doctor for Mold Exposure
If you’re worried about exposure to harmful mold or are showing symptoms of mold exposure, get in touch with us. Our team of healthcare providers is ready to help – either at our Austin location or through virtual consultation.