May 21, 2018
We are going to pick up where we left off last week talking to
Dr Mary Ackerley about mold and the phenomenon called Inhalational
Alzheimer's. Last week we spoke about the diagnosis side of mold
related cognitive impairment. this week we speak about
Remediation- you have to get away from the
mold/mycotoxin/biotoxin exposure. Make sure to use a qualified
Indoor Environmental Professional (IEP). This can often be the most
- binders such as cholestyramine, clay, charcoal and other
- assessing and treating MARCoNS - a colonization of a certain
type of staph infections. can be treated by specific nasal sprays
- addressing hormones - such as estrogen, DHEA,
- VIP (vasoactive intestinal peptide) - a natural hormone. this
perhaps encourage the growth of grey matter in the brain (FDA
safety data has not yet been shown).
- in cases beyond simpler mold/mycotoxin cases into coinfections.
This includes looking deeper at hormones or infections or
- addressing Mast cell activation/Histamine issues - gut issues,
flushing, itching, tongue and throat swelling, POTS (postural
orthostatic tachycardia syndrome), dysautonomia.
- dealing with patient with Traumatic Brain Injury or serious