One of the challenging things about living or working in a building with poor indoor air quality is that many indoor pollutants are odorless, colorless, and invisible to the naked eye. To further complicate matters, these pollutants can affect each person quite differently. Exactly how it affects each person depends on a variety of factors, such as age, preexisting conditions, type of pollutant, dose, and duration of exposure.
Please join us for an insightful interview with Dr. Jaban Moore where we work our way through the body, discussing the different ways mold, mycotoxins, and other pollutants common in water-damaged buildings can negatively affect your health. In many ways, mold is like the straw that broke the camel’s back. To learn how, be sure to check out this interview!
- You have said before that “Mold is like the straw that broke the camel’s back.” What do you mean by that? (2:15)
- Dr. Moore shares his roadmap for success (7:04)
- Mold can impact people in a wide variety of ways. Can you take us briefly through the parts of the body and highlight some ways mold impacts that system. (9:44)
- Gut/GI/Stomach (10:25)
- Nervous system (15:17)
- Brain/cognition/mental health (19:30)
- Sinus & Respiratory (27:50)
- Reproductive health (33:45)
- Lymphatic system (36:20)
- Liver & Kidneys (39:42)
- If someone wanted to get tested and treated for mold, what kind of doctor typically handles this kind of treatment? What kinds of test have you found most beneficial for your own patients? (43:40)
- What do you do personally to keep you and your family healthy? (47:13)
- If someone wanted to get into contact with you to learn more healing from mold-related illness, how could they do that? (50:00)
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