Get yourself tested for Mould related illness
Preparing for your appointment
You can take steps to ensure you cover everything that's important to you during your appointment. To help you get ready for the discussion with your doctor.
Write down any symptoms you're experiencing as well as where you were and what you were doing when the symptoms started.
Make a list of all the medications, vitamins or supplements you take, and bring that list with you to your appointment.
Make a list of the cleaning products you use.
Write down any questions you have for your doctor.
- Be ready to answer questions like
- What are your symptoms?
- What seems to trigger symptoms or make them worse?
- Are your symptoms worse during certain times of the year or certain times of the day?
- Do your symptoms flare up when you're in certain locations, such as outdoors or in your basement?
- What medications do you take, including herbal remedies?
- What other health problems do you have?
- Do other members of your family have allergies? What kinds?
- Are you exposed to mould, dust, fumes or chemicals at work?
- Do you know if you have mould in your home?
The best treatment for any allergy is to take steps to avoid exposure to your triggers. However, moulds are common, and you can't completely avoid them.
Follow your doctors advice but know that not all doctors are fully aware of the latest in mould removal. The doctors will suggest methods to treat you.
SAN-AIR recommends that you treat your triggers.
Your key steps are
1. Identify your triggers. These may be visible to you or you may only be suspicious of certain things and not able to prove what the source is.
Test your environment for mould - starting from rooms where you can see it or in places where you feel bad.
- In cases where you need to know the exact type of mould, send the results of our test kits back to us and we can advise the costs for more specific testing to identify the type of mould you have
- Away from home, if you frequent certain places at work or elsewhere test these places
- What types of potentially allergenic plants are in close distance to your home, windows, doors
2. Clean your indoor environment from mould with SAN-AIR
Clean with natural products. Do not use toxic chemicals SAN-AIR will safely clean your indoor environment. Safe for you, your family, your pets.
- SAN-AIR has food certification, so can be used in any food preparation areas
- SAN-AIR has been interdependently tested as an effective commercial grade disinfectant
- SAN-AIR uses all natural ingredients
- See this blog for what to do.
- With the natural and safe SAN-AIR starter pack, get started now, don't wait.
3. Take steps to reduce your exposure to mould
Sleep with your windows closed to keep out outdoor mould. The concentration of airborne mould spores tends to be greatest at night, when the weather is cool and damp.
Wear a dust mask over your nose and mouth to reduce breathing mould spores if you have to rake leaves, mow your lawn or work around compost.
Avoid going outdoors at certain times, such as immediately after a rainstorm, in foggy or damp weather, or when the published mould count is high.
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