Would you like to spend your Christmas in chronic illness? Do you expect to just lie on the bed the entire day while others jiggle and giggle? You certainly wouldn’t want the most important event of your life to be affected like that. What you want for big events is sound good health so that you can enjoy to your fullest. However, if you don’t take precautionary measures, mold infestation is very likely to develop that will haunt your good health throughout the year.
Toxic Mold: A Real Threat to Good Health
Chronic illness is a condition in which a disease lasts for a longer period of time. The common chronic illnesses include asthma, cancer, arthritis, diabetes, viral diseases, and a few more. Mold produces spores that float in the air that you inhale while breathing. They live and grow in the places they find moisture, and some of the common areas include windows, attics, crawl space, kitchen, and ductwork of cooling systems. When these places are not cleaned periodically, mold infestation increases and threatens your good health. You breathe air containing mold spores that eventually reach your respiratory system and makes you vulnerable to chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma and even lung cancer.
Are Christmas Trees a Home for Mold?
Who doesn’t love those lush wraths and lovely cedar boughs around stair railings on Christmas day? What if we tell you can get affected with mold allergies or tree allergies with your beautiful Christmas display. If you find yourself sneezing and wheezing all over Christmas, even if you have cleaned your home and there weren’t any possibilities of mold coming in, the Christmas decoration items might have brought them in.
You can try cleaning the trees and all the decorative items, but it won’t have a fruitful effect. Calling a professional is the right choice because he knows how to target these tiny creatures hiding beneath the curvy leaves and flowers.