The VCS Test – Got Mold?

Did you know that mold illness is often referred to as the great imitator? (Very similar to Lyme Disease) It often goes overlooked or misdiagnosed as other conditions, making it difficult to pinpoint. πŸ€”

Possible symptoms associated with mold illness:

πŸ’« Cognitive issues: memory issues, word-finding issues, executive function issues, lack of motivation, brain fog

πŸ’« Psychiatric issues: anxiety, fear, mood swings, anger, OCD,PANS, hallucinations, suicidal thoughts

πŸ’« Urinary: frequent urination & UTIs, bed wetting, interstitial cystitis

πŸ’« Musculoskeletal issues: muscle aches, joint pain, morning stiffness

πŸ’« Neurological issues: headaches, migraines, tremors, vertigo, seizures, burning along the spine, sensitivity to light and touch, numbness & tingling

πŸ’« Cardiovascular issues: palpitations, vasculitis, heart rate fluctuations, edema

πŸ’« Fatigue: unrelenting fatigue, exhaustion, chronic fatigue syndrome

πŸ’« Respiratory issues: shortness of breath, chronic cough, congestion, uptick in allergies

πŸ’« Digestive issues: abdominal pain, IBS, weight gain/loss

πŸ’« Eye tearing, blurring, itching

πŸ’« MCS, MCAS, CIRS, EMF sensitivity

Just glancing at this you can see how easily it can be misdiagnosed!

Exposure to mold can damage your neurological function and affect your visual contrast sensitivity, which is why the VCS test can be a useful tool in detecting mold illness. It’s specifically designed to identify visual processing issues that can be associated with mold illness.

It’s an affordable and non-invasive online test that takes about 10 minutes to complete.

I recommend the VCS as a first-line approach differentiator, when you’re on the fence and wondering if it could be mold.

While a passing or failing score isn’t a definitive diagnosis of mold illness, it can be a good first step in identifying possible mold exposure.

πŸ‘€Link in bio for Shoemaker’s VCS test

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