How Mold Hits Home, Part One

Where I have lived has affected my health.

Rooftops in our former hometown of Pachuca, dotted with black water cisterns that are called tinacos. One of many homes that probably had mold. Photo: Uriel Miskas, Unsplash
Rooftops in our former hometown of Pachuca, dotted with black water cisterns that are called tinacos. One of many homes that probably had mold. Photo: Uriel Miskas, Unsplash

Recently I wrote about life before assessing for Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, or CIRS. Consequently, family and friends have been asking me two questions.

1. What does testing for CIRS entail?

2. And, if it is CIRS, then what is the treatment for it?

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Sybil Sanchez Kessler

Sybil Sanchez Kessler

Chronicling chronic illness. Also: Jewish life, being a US immigrant to Mexico, parenting….maybe some poetry. Certified Functional Health Coach.