Wet weather increases the spread of mould which is quite damaging to your health. Mould affects the respiratory system and causes many allergies. It’s recommended that you should visit an experience if you think you’re suffering from mould illness.
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Dr. Peter Dobie
Places that are not well ventilated, and have damp and humid conditions are ideal for mould to thrive. Such conditions have been quite common and sometimes even worse this summer in Australia because of La Niña, which is a weather phenomenon that results in excessive rain. Many cities on the eastern coast have recorded one of their wettest summers for over 10 years.
Many experts’ stresses on the significance of not giving mould a chance to grow and become widespread in your home.
Mould is lethal and can bring about ailment, experts say. "It will fuel existing sicknesses, for example, allergies or asthma and reduces the recovery speed of wounds. It harms the physical structure of your home or property and infects/taints anything it contacts.
There’s no doubt that mould is present everywhere in some amount and we breathe in its spores continuously, but it can start to play havoc on our health when the concentration builds.
The impacts of moulds and excess moisture on the respiratory wellbeing of kids are similar to the impact of passive smoking and incorporate different negative impacts also, for example, chronic bronchitis and asthma. High exposure to mould is connected with catching more colds, headaches, fever, diseases of the respiratory system, and irritation in the eyes and skin. It might even result in death, but only in severe cases in which treatment is provided on time.
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