Mold Removal Unit
The Dangers of Memnoniella Mold
In the immense kingdom of fungi, the Memnoniella mold most closely resembles the Stachybotrys mold, and they are generally found growing together. They are both considered toxic and produce the same types of allergic symptoms in humans. The major difference relates to size – Memnoniella mold is smaller, making it easier for it to penetrate the lining of the lungs.
Mold spores are carried by the wind, and typically settle in a moist, warm environment, where they will continue to multiply until there is a change in condition. Mold develops well on cellulose materials such as wood ceiling tiles or plasterboard. If the moisture source dries up, the mold also dries up.
Memnoniella mold, as well as other molds, can live out of sight in dwellings for years. Homeowners, who detect a leaky roof or wall, often open it up in order to survey the damage and discover mold growth!
The Effects of Memnoniella Mold
Elimination of Memnoniella Mold
Remember, it is constant exposure over a long period of time that causes symptoms to exacerbate. There are many types of anti-histamine on the market to treat common allergic symptoms. Some of the newer preparations promise not to cause drowsiness, which is often a bothersome side effect. However, if your symptoms worsen, and over-the-counter-medications do not provide relief, you should seek your health professional’s advice.
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