What Makes Chronic Sinusitis “Chronic” ?

What Makes Chronic Sinusitis “Chronic” ?

What Makes Chronic Sinusitis “Chronic”? Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS), more commonly known as chronic sinusitis, is a challenging disease for general practitioners. This is partly because of its poorly understood pathophysiology and limited treatment options, which...
Part 5: Considering The Importance of Indoor Air

Part 5: Considering The Importance of Indoor Air

To Reach Optimal Wellness, Indoor Air Quality is Just as Important as Modern Medicine Becoming ill from environmental allergens, pathogens, and toxins creates an almost impossible path for sick individuals. People inherently believe in poisons being harmful to human...
Part 4: Doctors’ Blind Spots Regarding Environmental Illness

Part 4: Doctors’ Blind Spots Regarding Environmental Illness

Integrative Medicine: From “Niche” Specialty to Mainstream While most of my career has been focused on modern medicine prescribed by traditional medical doctors, I have learned over the past decade that many illnesses are often caused by unknown environmental elements...
Part 3: How Mold and Mycotoxins Poison Your Brain

Part 3: How Mold and Mycotoxins Poison Your Brain

The Glymphatic System: The Microscopic Cleaning System for your Brain Works While You Sleep Headaches and brain fog, along with memory problems and tremors, appear to be the most debilitating symptoms of mold sensitivity and truly scare patients. Cognitive symptoms...
Part 2: The Body’s “Toxic Load”

Part 2: The Body’s “Toxic Load”

All Mold Exposures Count Toward Reaching Toxin “Body Burden” The Toxic Load, sometimes called the Body Burden is the accumulated amount of toxins that are negatively affecting your bodily systems over time. Toxins are generally classified as solvents, chemicals, heavy...