I’m so sorry! It’s good to hear from you again, but so unfortunate and sad it’s under these circumstances!
Please continue to keep pushing through and remember if you went through it all and made progress to getting better, you can do it again! But don’t be afraid or feel hopeless.
Remember fear will activate stress hormones like cortisol and adrenaline that can continue to raise your blood pressure and heart rate. And cortisol turns in into glucose which then turns into sugar and this can also trigger inflammatory response symptoms! So don’t give this disease any energy to survive! It does not own you!
I’ll be praying for you Timothy! Just try to focus on what’s directly in front of you today with rest and yes work is obviously important too. You got this!
There are a few ways to help reduce mold by removing moisture in your home with a dehumidifier and a diffuser using essential oils that help to fight mold. It can be a bit expensive, but there is two more less expensive options is to use. Charcoal in small bowls/containers around the home as well as using damp rid. Again these are affordable and they help reduce moisture by absorbing it, which we know moisture feeds mold and other toxins that you maybe up against.
You may know all this, but I just wanted to share with you a few ways to help!
Don’t let fear have absolutely anything as it definitely doesn’t own you, dine you and it absolutely doesn’t belong in you!
For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and a sound mind. II Timothy 1:7
“The Lord is my portion,” says my soul, “Therefore I hope in Him!” Lamentations 3:24
Take care Timothy and please keep us posted!
Love & Hugs.
Hope you are all on the path to wellness and enjoying the day.
It's been a long while since I have written in this thread, and I do so in sadder times.
To recap, last September, I met a woman, fell in love, and ended up moving in with her. By this time I was still cautious to not overdo things, and still concerned with managing everything while I was back at my place, but slowly opening up to life again.
Her place was remarkably dry, warm and clean. I mean we went through winter without the heating on, and the temp/humidity controller in the living room reported temps in the 20's and humidity in the low to mid 30's. No mold! Our flat was filled with sunshine, warmth and plants :)
I had completely forgotton about symptoms by January. Not to say do this, but I didn;t have to consider food choices (still avoided sweet foods - not a huge fan) but we would drink, go on nights out, it was great. And then, we broke up in Feburary. I moved out and back to the house.
The house is moldy. I have isolated and safeguarded to a degree, but I got into November and bam, it hit me again. Bites appeared on my body, basically felt like it did right at the start. Tried to firefight, but was looking at it from the wrong angle. In hindsight, the reason why symptoms were coming on and whatever was biting on or within me, was doing so because my immune system must have been affected again. Most likely by the mold, which had gotten considerably worse as I was away with water ingress into the front rooms and roof.
My skin was starting to dry and become scaly. And then last Saturday I went to a friends birthday. It was in a basement bar. It stank of mold, they were lighting incense. I shouldn't of stayed, but there were people I hadn't seen in a long time and my judgement seriously erred, despite my numerous insistances that I was leaving, I got convinced to stay. Something was very wrong, I felt nauseous, and off, but put it down to too much of the free drinks.
The next day, the skin started to break out into red bumpy, itchy rashes, and it just started to amp, massively. All over my chest, upper arms and shoulders, forearms, stomach, my belly button was white with red rings. On top of that headaches, sleep disturbances, cognitive issues. Seriously, seriously, bad, very scared and disorientated.
A part of me wanted to fool myself in thinking that I had moved past this, and to be fair at a point, my body had. And yet, as Al Pacino says, just when I thought I was out, they drag me right back in again. Mold. It is very, very serious. It compromises the immune system and opens up the freeway for every other vector to go nuts. Staring at the white fungus growing in my belly button, was a shocking site.
I started back on the supplements, applied coconut oil (natural antifungal) to the skin, along with drops of silver in the belly button, and trying to slowly clear out the mold load through DE binding. MMS also helps to neutralise some mycotoxin poisoning.
I'm not going to lie folks, I'm scared. I hadn't had the skin problems this bad, nor cognitive issues. It's my fault, but it's a choice that I had made, and it's the path my life has taken. Priority is to find employment again, I'm under in credit. Second is to extract myself from the house and not return here. It will take time, but it's my singular focus beyond surviving now.
Hope this message could of been sent in better times, it's a learning and growing experience. Love to you all.
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