Toxic black mold spores in the air can enter a person’s eye very easily, causing many different vision problems. Bloodshot eyes. Blurry vision. Jaundice (yellowing of the eyes)
Herein, how does black mold affect your eyes?
Vision & Eye Symptoms From Toxic Black Mold Toxic black mold mycotoxins that are in the air can enter a person’s eyes. The mycotoxins are cytotoxic (toxic to cells) and when they come into contact with eye cells they cause inflamed and injured eyes and create vision problems.
Subsequently, question is, how do you know if mold is making you sick? If your Total Body Burden is high, or you are genetically predisposed to recycling toxins, regular exposure to mold can cause allergy symptoms, such as:
- Wheezing/shortness of breath.
- Watery eyes.
- Runny nose.
- Itchy eyes.
- Redness of the eyes.
- Long standing or frequent sinusitis.
Likewise, can black mold cause blindness?
Symptoms may begin with mild sneezing and wheezing, quickly progressing to constant headaches and fatigue, memory loss, weight loss, and vomiting. The longer the person is exposed to black mold, the worse the end stage symptoms can be: blindness, brain damage, bleeding lungs, cancer and, ultimately, death.
What kind of symptoms can mold cause?
If they come into contact with mold, they may experience symptoms, such as:
- a runny or blocked nose.
- watery, red eyes.
- a dry cough.
- skin rashes.
- a sore throat.