Dr. Sponaugle Says:
"When discussing the spectrum of anxiety disorders, from insomnia to panic disorder, we must understand that the progression depends on excessive electricity in the brain.
Patients may only notice insomnia when trying to sleep during the initial onset of mold toxicity. As their brain accumulates more mold toxins, its electrical current rises, causing daytime anxiety and nighttime insomnia.
With continued exposure to hidden mold, patients with mold genetics accumulate more brain toxins over time. They eventually progress from a generalized anxiety disorder to a diagnosis of panic disorder."