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As I have become more involved in this field, I have gained a deep understanding of the multi-systemic problems and the crossover problems that are the hallmark of an exposure to a toxin, not necessarily just mold, but toxic poisoning. Just think about it: toxic mold poisoning is going to affect your whole environment, therefore, your whole system. Your skin, your dermal system, your brain, your ingestion, your stomach, are all going to be exposed to mycotoxic poisons and then you have a multisystemic problem. What Iâ€™m hearing from clients and patients who've been exposed, is that they report neurocognitive dysfunctions like an inability to get their life organized to the point they were at pre-exposure, it's called executive function problems or interferences. I hear about memory loss, mostly of a short-term nature; and I hear about mental confusion. You also see mood swings and mood changes. To consider that at the same time these people are trying to deal with this very substantial change in their life causing them to potentially move out of their property. They're also undergoing these mood problems, and it is very difficult for them to interact with their family, or loved ones, who are trying to reach out and help them because they're going through so many multisystem changes. Exposure to mold, unlike a broken arm from a fall, or from any other number of medical problems, is multidimensional because it is multisystem impacting. It can affect your brain, it can affect your lungs, it can affect your skin, it causes rashes, it can cause blurred double vision, and it can cause hearing problems. These are all well-established symptoms associated with toxic mold exposure. And in different people they react differently.