What causes Mold Allergy?
If you haven’t done mold remediation that could be one major cause that could trigger allergic reactions, you may be allergic to the spores of molds or other fungi. Molds live everywhere. Upsetting a mold source by improper mold removal process can send the spores into the air.
Mold and mildew are fungi. They are different from plants or animals in how they reproduce and grow. The “seeds,” called spores, travel through the air. Some spores spread in dry, windy weather. Others spread with the fog or dew when humidity is high.
Inhaling the spores causes allergic reactions in some people. Allergic symptoms from fungus spores are most common from July to early fall. But fungi grow in many places, both indoors and outside, so allergic reactions can occur year-round.
Why should you go for Mold Remediation?
If mold removal is not done it can lead to mold allergy are very similar to the symptoms of other allergies, such as sneezing, itching, runny nose, congestion, and dry, scaling skin. Outdoor molds may cause allergy symptoms in summer and fall (or year-round in some climates) Indoor molds may cause allergy symptoms year-round.
Mold spores get into your nose and cause hay fever symptoms. They also can reach the lungs and trigger asthma. A chemical released by allergy cells in the nose and or lungs causes the symptoms. Sometimes the reaction happens right away. Sometimes a mold allergy can cause delayed symptoms, leading to nasal congestion or worsening asthma over time. Symptoms often get worse in a damp or moldy room like a basement. This may mean you have a mold allergy. So it is important that you choose premium mold remediation companies