Toxic Mold Poisoning

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The right toxic mold poisoning help as soon as possible is critical for fast recovery. Dr. Trish Leigh suffered from mycotoxin poisoning for years until she figured out how to heal. She can help you heal faster too. 

What is Toxic Mold,
and the Effects of Exposure?

Toxic mold does not affect everyone in the same way, which makes it difficult to pinpoint as a source of health issues.

Mold spores grow in damp conditions with a source for growth, such as a water leak, air conditioner, or other wet area within the home. There are a variety of different toxic molds, some even cancer-causing, that can negatively impact your brain, body, and health. Upon exposure, a wide variety of symptoms may slowly develop over time. 

Dr. Trish Leigh is passionate about helping people identify the source of their ongoing health conditions by considering toxic mold exposure as a factor. Of course, this comes from her own identification and healing from toxic mold poisoning. It took Dr. Leigh a decade to recognize that increased mold exposure was causing her seemingly unconnected but deepening health problems. 

Once she finally figured out the cause (mold), it took Dr. Leigh four, long, exhausting years of research and over $100,000 of healthcare expenses to move the needle of her health forward just a bit. When she determined the formula for success, she was better within 6 months. She wants to help you avoid all the struggle and hardship she endured so you can heal much faster and easier.

Symptoms of Toxic Mold Exposure

Science shows that toxic mold can cause severe health problems because it releases invisible microparticles called mycotoxins into the air. As ominous as this sounds, Sick Building Syndrome is slated to reach epidemic proportions shortly. 

The World Health Organization (WHO) advises: One such health concern is mycotoxicosis — toxic mold poisoning. Common signs include:

However, people rarely report these symptoms, and it is not clear if they have links to mold exposure.

How Dangerous is Toxic Mold to Your Health?

According to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) toxic mold exposure can cause the following types of health problems:

Allergy and Irritation

People with allergies may be more sensitive to mold than others. If they come into contact with mold, they can experience symptoms such as:

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), mold exposure may also worsen asthma or lung problems in people with preexisting lung conditions. The CDC also adds that severe reactions may occur in occupational settings with a risk of exposure, such as teachers working in moldy classrooms.

Diagnosis of Toxic Mold Poisoning

Highly specialized tests are performed to identify mycotoxin poisoning in your body, the impact on your brain performance, and negative effects on your mind and body. First and foremost, urinalysis can identify the types and levels of mycotoxins in your body. A specialized brain scan called a qEEG Brain Map can determine the area and degree of brain dysfunction due to toxic mold exposure. 

Brain dysregulation can contribute to autonomic nervous system (ANS) dysfunction that results in a wide variety of autoimmune disorders that can unknowingly plague a person for years or decades. The ANS dysfunction can affect every cell in the body complicating the situation further due to mitochondrial cellular dysfunction. Dr. Trish Leigh, after suffering from toxic mold poisoning for over a decade, has created a highly specialized protocol for identifying the impact of toxic mold on your brain and body.


Toxic Mold Poisoning Rewire includes:

Many doctors are not educated on the devastating effects of toxic mold exposure. Others who are aware do not know how to treat it efficiently. Treatment for toxic mold poisoning can be very specific and involve a step-by-step regimented plan. After the toxins in your body are identified and the resulting brain dysfunction evaluated a specific top-down (brain healing approach) and bottom-up (body-based detox and symptom reduction) systematic plan can be implemented to help heal toxic mold poisoning as quickly as possible.


Throughout her toxic mold recovery journey, Dr. Leigh was told by many professionals that she would never fully recover. It simply is not true. Painstakingly, out of sheer personal necessity, Dr. Leigh figured out a comprehensive approach to mold poisoning recovery.

The first step to determining if you are a strong candidate for Dr. Leigh’s program is to have the qEEG Brain Map assessment performed. If mycotoxin testing is necessary, Dr. Leigh can assist with it during the assessment process. 

To learn more about the qEEG Brain Map assessment, get more information HERE.