August 25, 2015
Andrea Fabry wrote an article about “Toxic Mold Treatment Options” for her natural-living blog It Takes Time.
From the article:
A wide variety of alternative health options exist. Practitioners may not be familiar with the specifics of mold exposure but can address the need to detox.
These are a few of the numerous options available: orthospinology, (a chiropractic option), energy medicine, acupuncture, IV therapies, chelation therapies, far infrared sauna, ionic foot baths, and much, much more.
Hyperbaric oxygen treatment has been shown to improve the brain function of mold exposed individuals. (See Improvement of Attention Span and Reaction Time with Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment in Patients with Toxic Injury Due to Mold Exposure.)
Induced sweating through exercise and/or sauna offers unique benefits, according to Dr. Janette Hope. In her paper “A Review of the Mechanism of Injury and Treatment Approaches for Illness Resulting from Exposure to Water-Damaged Buildings, Mold, and Mycotoxins,” Dr. Hope notes that “induced sweating will likely reduce the total overall body burden of toxins and support recovery in persons made ill from exposure to water-damaged buildings.”
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