Feeling Blah


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Feeling Blah

  1. 1. ==== ====When you feel blah. . . .http://goodhealthinanutshell.com/2011/11/08/when-you-feel-blah-time-management-2-of-5-good-health-in-a-nutshell/==== ====You might be one of those people who eat the perfect diet, exercise regularly, get a good nightssleep and do everything that you are supposed to be doing to maintain good health. Yet, you stillmight have the blahs and feel like you have a runny nose or itchy skin most of the time.If you discover that you feel great when you leave your home or apartment for a few days - orwhen you can get away from the office for a few days - maybe theres a problem with your living orworkspace. Buildings that have an abundance of mold growth are often called "sick buildings"because of the health effects they have on their occupants. Whether or not this mold canseriously harm you is up to debate. Although the concept of toxic mold is becoming more popularin the media and law, the EPA has not issued guidelines on acceptable levels of mold in homes orthe workplace.Mold has been around for eons and naturally occurs both indoors and outdoors. It thrives indamp, humid conditions and is often found where there has been water damage.Some people arent bothered by mold at all, but others who are sensitive to it may experience avariety of health problems. They might feel lethargic and tired all of the time. They mightexperience hay fever like symptoms, such as a stuffy nose, irritated throat, coughing or wheezing.Others with mold sensitivities might have itchy, runny eyes or skin irritation.Allergies are the most common reaction to mold. More severe reactions to mold include asthmaor chronic lung diseases or infections.If you feel like you are sick all of the time from certain environments, be sure to consult with yourphysician, who may refer you to an allergy specialist. The problem might be due to exposure tomold or, more specifically, mold spores.The mold itself is generally not the problem - its the spores. Millions of mold spores can floataround and find their way into your lungs each time you inhale. Some things you can do are:* If the mold source is outdoors, close your windows. Mold spores can get through screens.* Stay out of musty places such as attics or basements.* Have your house or office checked for mold, and then have it removed.* Check unused boots, shoes and other items tucked away in your closets for mold or mildew.
  2. 2. * Have someone check your air conditioner, humidifiers or vaporizers for mold.* Check your house or office plants for mold. Getting rid of the mold will help your plants, too!Controlling moisture is the number one way of controlling mold growth. A dehumidifier or airconditioner will help prevent mold growth. Another thing that will help is to use an exhaust fan oropen a window when cooking or showering.Find out if mold is running you down by visiting [http://www.mold-mildew-info.com]. Urbain Beck, afreelance writer who has contributed to numerous web sites, lists different potential healthproblems that are caused by mold at [http://www.mold-mildew-info.com/Health_Problems_Caused_by_Mold.html].Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Urbain_Beck==== ====When you feel blah. . . .http://goodhealthinanutshell.com/2011/11/08/when-you-feel-blah-time-management-2-of-5-good-health-in-a-nutshell/==== ====