The Hidden Threat of Black Mold

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  • When: November 21st 2017  7PM EST
  • Where: Online (link will be emailed)
  • Price: FREE!
Join Dr. Sponaugle Tuesday evening, November 21st at 7:00pm EST for an interactive webinar to learn more about the threat of black mold exposure and why it may be affecting you and your family. Dr. Sponaugle will answer questions from the audience and perform consultations from the submitted forms at random. Dr. Sponaugle has been treating Mold Toxicity for over a decade. He wrote a chapter on Mold Toxicity in 2012 for Suzanne Somers’ book “Bombshell”. He also explained how mold toxins change brain chemistry patterns in Brenda Watson’s book “Heart of Perfect Health”. Dr. Sponaugle presented his PET scan research on mold toxins and their effect on specific brain regions at the 2017 Integrative Medicine for Mental Health conference in Los Angeles. He has been featured in the national media on The Dr. Phil show, Suzanne Somers show, Ricki Lake show, CNN, Anderson Cooper, FOX News, ABC News, CBS News and NBC News and PBS.

Dr. Sponaugle will explain how the toxic gas produced by black mold can cause the following symptoms: adrenal failure, anorexia, anxiety, bed wetting in children, Bipolar disorder, blurred vision, burning in the stomach, brain fog, chronic coughing and sneezing, cervical cancer, chronic fatigue, color blind, constant urination, depression, dizziness, fibromyalgia, headaches, hormonal imbalance, hypothyroidism, insomnia, intentional tremors, nausea, neuropathy (burning pain in the nerves), nose bleeds, optic nerves, panic disorder, Parkinsons’ tremors, premature menopause, retinal detachment, short term memory loss, shortness of breath, and vomiting.

In addition, Dr. Sponaugle will explain why patients suffering from a combination of Mold Toxicity and Lyme Disease are at much higher risk for developing Autism, Frontal Dementia, Earlier Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease and why we are seeing a surge of these Neurodegenerative disorders in North America and Europe. We look forward to you joining Dr. Sponaugle.

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