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6 Ways to Get Rid Of Your Mold and Mildew in Your Home

Mold and Mildew in the Home

Mold and mildew do not only represent a big esthetic issue. They can also be very troublesome for your health. That being said, we need to be serious when dealing with this issue.

In fact, mold is one of the most common instigators of respiratory diseases ranging from common cough to bronchitis and asthma. On top of that, mold is one of the top 3 allergens.

Luckily, there are a few solutions. Here are 6 good (and cheap) ways to get rid of mold.
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Anti-Fungal Diet to Help Cure a Yeast Infection

The Self-Healing Body

The human body is equipped with self-healing mechanisms that work in conjunction with nourishment, hydration, as well as energy use (exercise and sleep). If the body is poorly supplied these necessities, it will respond – over time – with poor maintenance and an overall degradation of the entire system. If it is adequately supplied, these same self-healing mechanisms are capable of killing cancer cells, fighting infectious diseases, even combating the aging process, and so much more.
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Simple Steps To Get Rid of Mold From Your Swimming Pool

Mold in Swimming Pools

If you’re the proud owner of a swimming pool, you’ll be well aware that keeping your pool in tip-top condition can be time-consuming, and ensuring your pool is healthy and clean is a balancing act that can be challenging at times.

Whether it’s trying to keep your pool sparkling clean, maintaining the correct pH levels or ensuring the filtration system is working to optimum levels, understanding how to manage your pool can be difficult, and it’s vitally important to keep on top of your pool maintenance to ensure your pool is clean and safe for swimming.

Keeping your pool sparkling clean doesn’t need to be a huge challenge if you undertake a regular pool cleaning routine. Regular cleaning can allow you to avoid issues such as white water mold, murky water, broken filtration systems and failing equipment.

Mold is a serious issue when it comes to swimming pools, and it’s important to stay on top of mold issues to ensure your pool not only looks clean but it is healthy and safe to swim in. White water mold is often confused with algae, with the big difference being white water mold is a naturally occurring fungus that forms a heavy coating in pools if left untreated.
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How to Cure a Yeast Infection

Yeast Infections

With only 1,500 species identified, yeast – a single-celled microorganism – makes up just 1% of the fungi kingdom. It can be found in many ecosystems, including vegetation, soil, the aquatic (rivers, oceans, lakes, creeks, ponds), and, surprisingly to some, the bodies of both humans and animals.

Most are aware that yeast can be either beneficial or harmful to the health of its host. Beneficial yeasts, such as Brewer’s, Baker’s, and Torula, are often referred to as Nutritional Yeasts. Due to the presence of various vitamins, minerals, Beta Glucan polysaccharides, and Beta 1 3 Glucans, these beneficial yeasts generally enhance the functioning of the immune system, as well as aid in normalizing blood sugar levels. Harmful yeasts, however, such as candida, are pathogenic. This means that they cause disease.
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How to Get Rid of Mold in Your AC Unit

Mold in the AC Unit

Mold can show up almost anywhere in the home, including your AC unit. Once it invades your ductwork, mold spores are more easily spread throughout the entire house, which could make people sick if left to grow and proliferate.

There are quite a few things that can cause mold to develop in a home. A leaking roof, broken or leaking pipes, high humidity and poorly ventilated bathrooms are just a few examples of conditions that can cause mold.

With air conditioners, condensation is a byproduct of daily operation. Air conditioners are built with proper condensation drainage. When the drainage system is overloaded or not functioning properly, your air conditioning unit itself could be the cause of mold developing in your system and the ducts.
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