Dr. Andrea Jordheim is a certified Proficiency Partners Diplomate in the treatment of Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS).
Mold Illness / Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)
Toxic mold and biotoxins are a destructive force. Exposure to mold can steal your health and lead to a significant decline in the quality of your life. Some individuals when exposed to mold don't recover, even if they are no longer being exposed. This chronic condition is seen in those patients who have the genetic predisposition to mold illness, more accurately called Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS). For 75% of the population, when exposed to mold, their immune systems identify the problem and remove the mold and mold toxins associated with this exposure. They find relief and healing.
However, 25% of people, if they are exposed to a mold (and other biotoxins) their immune systems can not properly identify the problem and thus are unable to trigger the correct immune reactions that would allow their body's to eliminate this toxin treat. The mold toxins stay in their body wrecking havoc causing a chronic, progressive, multi-symptom and multi-system nightmare.
Symptoms of CIRS have been elucidated by the work of Dr. Richie Shoemaker, MD and collages. The specific symptoms and conditions associated with CIRS include:
- Body weakness
- Headaches / migraines
- Memory loss / difficulty concentrating
- Sinus congestion
- Cough / shortness of breath / flu-like symptoms
- Disorientation / confusion
- Vertigo / dizziness
- Exercise intolerance
- Extreme thirst
- Urinary issues
- Watery eyes
- Abnormal pains
- Muscle aches
- Diarrhea and GI distress
- Static shocks
- Pulmonary hypertension
- Restrictive lung disease
- Brain, nervous system, lung, kidney, and heart tissue remodeling
- Clotting disorders
- Gluten sensitivity and other food sensitivities
- Immune inflammation
- Change to gut and blood brain barriers
- Hormone imbalances
- Sleep disturbances
- Measurable loss of gray matter
- Increases and decreases in cellular mitochondria and ribosomal transcription
CIRS is more common than you think. Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue/ME, and Multiple Sclerosis may have their roots in this condition. You don't have to suffer. CIRS is treatable; you can have your life back!
Dr. Andrea Jordheim is passionate about helping patients suffering from CIRS. She is a mold survive herself and has the experience, compassion, and knowledge to help you find health and healing. Please check out more information on CIRS at SurvivingMold.com.
Call Transformation Wellness Center LLC today to schedule your initial visit and get your life back!