What Are Health symptoms of Black Mold Exposure?

Black mold symptoms are different in people. Black mold (Stachybotrys chartarum), a ubiquitous mold in our environment, has been suspected of causing respiratory symptoms in humans, such as acute infant pulmonary hemorrhage and asthma. Common black mold symptoms are fatigue, headaches, cough, nose- eye and throat irritation, nose bleeding, nausea, muscle cramps, light sensitivity, numbness, diarrhea, memory loss, confusion, mood swings, night sweats, vertigo, skin sensitivity and rashes, excessive thirst and insomnia. If you have any black mold symptoms, ask a mold professional for monitoring of airborne mold spores. Mold inspection and testing is a helpful method to reveal the mold damage status in buildings.