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Can mold spores cause sneezing?

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Do you never stop sneezing? This may not be a cold – you may be allergic to mold spores. There are many types of mold. Mold spores aren’t visible to us, they can grow in areas where they cannot be seen, like behind walls or in a basement. They float in the air both outdoors and indoors. Allergenic molds include Alternaria, Aspergillus, Cladosporium, and penicillium.If you are allergic to molds, your immune system overreacts when you inhale spores which may get  into the nose and cause hay fever symptoms such as sneezing

 what is sneezing?

Sneezing, or so-called sternutation is how the body eliminates irritants from the nose or throat and is an involuntary ejection from the air. This happens frequently suddenly and without warning. While sneezing can be quite disturbing, it does not necessarily indicate a severe state of health.

How do you know whether you are breathing excessive air mold spores into your home?

Are there any particularly unpleasant smells in the cellar? Are there signs of mold in bathrooms, window sills, books, shoes, or walls? Are there waterholes on the ceiling or the walls? Do you have peeling paint? Are the wooden floors warping? If so, you probably have mold in the air in your house and should seriously consider air testing and remember that all houses have a certain amount of mold spores floating in the air and this is normal. The problem is that there are too many mold spores due to the active growth mold in your home.

How can you tell if the air in your house contains hazardous levels of mold spores?

The BioPump Plus is an industry-approved, economic and easy-to-use mold spore sampling pump. You can check how much mold is in your house or office with BioPump Plus. The BioPump Plus Professional Dye Test Kit consists of a rental air sampling pump (BioPump Plus) and 2 air sampling cassettes (one for the external monitoring sample and one for the internal sample). Use it to collect your air samples and send them to the lab for analysis and remember that testing or checking the air in your home or office for high mold spores can help identify mold issues before they become widespread and costly to repair.


One of the best ways to prevent sneezing is to avoid the things that trigger your sneezing.

Simple steps include the following:

– Change the filters every few months to ensure the proper operation of the filtration system in your home.

-Wash leaves in hot water at least 54.4°C to remove dust mites.

-An air purifier can also serve to purify the air in the home.

-In extreme cases, you may have to check if mold spores can make you sneeze.

-Engage a professional air quality test pump.

Take air samples on your own (save on business expenses)

-Send air samples to Mold & Bacteria Consulting labs for testing.

-Get an explicit lab report with suggestions on what you should do next if your home’s air quality is compromised.

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