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  1. redshalefarm@hotmail.com' Daniel Oberholtzer
    September 15, 2017 @ 12:17 pm

    I have a severe delayed mold and dust sensitivity which makes my nose and head very stuffy and my shoulders, neck and back of head tight. We had the mold remediated in our mobile home, but still have these problems even tho in some ways it has improved. Also have many food sensitivities Do not feel well on all these superfoods, berries, greens, raw cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, spinach….I also have much anxiety and try to avoid mold exposure away from home the best i can. Makes me tired, muddles my thinking…. The only thing I can find that consistently helps me sleep is Klonopin which is a prescription for anxiety, etc. Essential oils, and herbs, relaxation techniques such as yoga, writing, meditation r all a joke for me, they actually make me work hard and stress me out. Even other prescripts for sleep do nothing for me. I have a much cleaner diet than most Americans, avoiding dairy, wheat, sugar, canola oil, consume some coconut and olive oil. Any suggestions?

  2. Online Holistic Health
    September 15, 2017 @ 4:28 pm

    Hello Daniel,

    I am so sorry to hear about the current condition of your health. It must be so frustrating especially trying so hard to make things better with seemingly little improvement. I know…I have been there.

    It certainly sounds like your body and mind are in a state of overwhelm. And when this happens, everything little thing can cause a negative reaction… pain, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and other health issues.

    You know, I thought the same thing (for years) about writing, meditation, yoga, and other stress reduction methods but after really giving them a try for at least 6 months, really made a difference. Today I don’t know what I would without them!

    But it also sounds like you have multiple nutritional definicies as well. Which is no big surprise considering that your body has been battling mold for what I assume – a long time.

    First things first though…if you have been exposed to mold (especially black mold), you will need to take action to remove that from your system along with everything else you are doing to keep your home mold free. Do you have an active internal fungal infection or do you simply have mold sensitivities? In either case, what have you done so far? What have you done so far regarding that issue?

    There is a book that I think you should read that may help. It’s called MOLD: The War Within by Kurt and Lee Ann Billings.

    This is what it says on Amazon:

    “Newly Updated. Revealing interviews with prominent experts in science, medicine, and law set you straight on what is true and not true about the following:
    o Effects of mold & chemical exposures on human health;
    o Methods of mold testing;
    o Dangers of antifungal; antibiotic, & steroid pharmaceuticals;
    o Legal loopholes of mold cases, and
    o Healing through natural means.

    Authors Kurt and Lee Ann Billings began researching mold and chemical exposures after their family became gravely ill from toxic exposures after Hurricane Katrina. The Billings expose the prevalence of fungal misdiagnoses and medical mistreatments while chronicling their family’s frustrating, but ultimately successful, quest for effective treatment of mold and chemical exposures. They detail their months of research and trials and errors and share their inspirational journey of healing, what worked for them medically and nutritionally, what didn’t and why.

    MOLD: The War Within will enlighten every homeowner, renter, and employee, who is or could become sick from mold or chemical exposures from floods, hurricanes, sick buildings, and the ever present environmental pollution that affects us all.”

    You can find it HERE.

    I wish you All the best and I hope you feel better soon!!

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