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 1 in 7 Americans suffers from acute fungal sinusitis, resulting from exposure to mold (Mayo Clinic)
 Did you know that breathing in mold spores has been linked to depression?

Brown Study Finds Link Between Depression and Household Mold
A groundbreaking public health study led by Brown University epidemiologist Edmond Shenassa, has found a connection between damp, moldy homes and depression. Results are published in the American Journal of Public Health.


PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University]  A groundbreaking public health study has found a connection between damp, moldy homes and depression. The study, led by Brown University epidemiologist Edmond Shenassa, is the largest investigation of an association between mold and mood and is the first such investigation conducted outside the United Kingdom.

Shenassa said the findings, published in the American Journal of Public Health, came as a complete surprise. In fact, after a few U.K. studies published in the last decade had suggested a link, Shenassa and his skeptical team set out to debunk the notion that any link existed.

"We thought that once we statistically accounted for factors that could clearly contribute to depression  things like employment status and crowding  we would see any link vanish," said Shenassa, the lead author of the study and an associate professor in the Department of Community Health at Brown. "But the opposite was true. We found a solid association between depression and living in a damp, moldy home."

Shenassa noted the study, an analysis of data from nearly 6,000 European adults, does not prove that moldy homes cause depression. The study wasn't designed to draw that direct conclusion. However, Shenassa's team did find a connection, one likely driven by two factors. One factor is a perceived lack of control over the housing environment. The other is mold-related health problems such as wheezing, fatigue and a cold or throat illness.

"Physical health, and perceptions of control, are linked with an elevated risk for depression," Shenassa said, "and that makes sense. If you are sick from mold, and feel you can't get rid of it, it may affect your mental health."

The study was a statistical analysis of data from the Large Analysis and Review of European Housing and Health Status (LARES), a survey on housing, health and place of residence conducted in 2002 and 2003 by the World Health Organization (WHO). To conduct the survey, WHO interviewers visited thousands of homes in eight European cities and asked residents a series of questions, including if they had depressive symptoms such as decreased appetite, low self-esteem, and sleep disturbances. WHO interviewers also made visual checks of each household, looking for spots on walls and ceilings that indicate mold.

Shenassa's team analyzed LARES data from 5,882 adults in 2,982 households.

"What the study makes clear is the importance of housing as indicator of health, including mental health," Shenassa said. "Healthy homes can promote healthy lives."

Shenassa and his team are conducting follow-up research to see if mold does, indeed, directly cause depression. Shenassa said that given the results of the current study, he wouldn't be surprised if there is a cause-and-effect association. Molds are toxins, and some research has indicated that these toxins can affect the nervous system or the immune system or impede the function of the frontal cortex, the part of the brain that plays a part in impulse control, memory, problem solving, sexual behavior, socialization and spontaneity.

The research team includes Allison Liebhaber, a former Brown undergraduate; Constantine Daskalakis of Thomas Jefferson University; Matthias Braubach of WHO; and Mary Jean Brown of the Harvard School of Public Health.  

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2) Thieves Household Cleaner 
 The improved Thieves Household Cleaner has increased cleansing power and an even safer, more sustainable formulation. The new formula contains ingredients from renewable plant and mineral sources, vegetable-based surfactants compliant with the Green Seal and EPA Design for Environment (DfE) standards, and even more Thieves and lemon essential oils for extra cleaning power. Bottle is 100% recyclable.

Experience the wonder of Thieves Household Cleaner, as tough stains and problem areas in your home become simple and easy to maintain without using harsh or abrasive chemicals. While some bacteria can be dangerous, most industrial cleaners on the market pose an even larger threat to your health with their destructive side effects. Thieves Household Cleaner is a natural, all-purpose concentrate that can be used in every room in your home without the harsh chemicals. Dilute in a spray bottle or bucket, or use straight for extra strength.

In the Kitchen: refrigerator, oven, dishes, cutting boards, floor
In the Bathroom: shower walls, curtains, tub, sink, toilet, floor, mirror
In the Family room: silk plants, live plants, carpet, room deodorizer
In the Bedroom: mattress, pillows, sheets
In the Laundry: wash cycle, dryer, spots, stains
The new formulation  of Thieves Household Cleaner contains the most effective, 100 percent plant- and mineral-based ingredients available now available in a 64 oz economy size! Experience the wonder of Thieves®Household Cleaner, as tough stains and problem areas in your home become simple and easy to clean without using harsh or abrasive chemicals. While bacteria can be dangerous, some industrial cleaners on the market pose an even larger threat to your health. Thieves Household Cleaner is a natural all-purpose concentrate that can be used in every room in your home, without the harsh chemicals. Dilute in a spray bottle or bucket, or use straight for extra strength. Dilution ratios are listed on the label for your convenience. New Size of 64 oz unveiled at 2009's convention.

Ingredients: Proprietary suspension of safe Vegetable-based surfactants like alkyl polyglucoside that are compliant with Green Seal and EPA Design for Environment (DfE) standards (wetting agents), Biodegradable cutting agents like sodium methyl 2-sulfolaurate and disodium 2-sulfolaurate from renewable sources. and Thieves® essential oil (a proprietary blend of 100% pure Young Living Therapeutic Grade essential oils of clove [Syzygium aromaticum], lemon [Citrus limon], cinnamon bark [Cinnamomum verum], eucalyptus [E. radiata] and rosemary [Rosmarinus officinalis CT cineol]. 

Suggested Usage Ratios ~ prepared by sha-faun enterprises inc. ~ Note: one capful of thieves cleaner = ½ tbsp.
Light Degreasing ~ 1 capful Thieves Cleaner to 3¾ cups water
Medium Degreasing ~1 capful Thieves Cleaner to a little less than 2 cups water
Heavy Degreasing ~ 1 capful Thieves Cleaner to a little less than 1 cup water
Hand Cleaner ~ ½ cup Thieves Cleaner to ½ cup water
Dishwasher ~ 1 capful Thieves Cleaner in the bottom of the dishwasher
Pots + Pans ~ ½ capful of Thieves Cleaner to 3+ cups water
Floors ~ 1 capful Thieves Cleaner to 6¼ cups water
Walls ~ 1 capful Thieves Cleaner to a little less than 2 cups water
Fabrics~ 1 capful Thieves Cleaner to 2 cups water [Note: Before cleaning fabrics, perform a spot test in an inconspicuous area. Discontinue use in the unlikely event of staining or skin irritation.]
Washing Machine ~ Depending on size of washer, use 1-2 capfuls Thieves Cleaner with each batch
Carpet ~ 1 capful Thieves Cleaner to 6¼ cups water
Glass + Windows ~ 1 capful Thieves Cleaner to 5 quarts water

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Thieves Essential Oil Blend that Eliminates Toxic Mold Young Living's Thieves essential oil blend was created based on the historical account of four thieves in France who protected themselves from the black plague with cloves, rosemary, and other aromatics while robbing victims of the killer disease. When captured, they were offered a lighter sentence in exchange for their secret recipe. In modern days, these same herbs and essential oils have been found to be an effective barrier against topical and airborne microorganisms.Young Living's proprietary Thieves aromatherapy essential oil blend includes clove, cinnamon bark, rosemary, lemon, and Eucalyptus radiata and has been specially blended to offer the same kind of defense. Thieves has been university tested and found to be highly effective against airborne bacteria, mold, fungus as well as supporting the immune system and good health. And Dr. Edward R. Close, PhD, PE, has also tested Thieves Essential Oil Blend in the successful elimination of toxic mold!

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