Chemical Sensitivities Are More And More Common

Are you or is someone you know sensitive to chemicals? If you look around, you may be surprised!

According to a study published in the Annals of Family Medicine, which looked at the prevalence and clinical characteristics of chemical intolerance in a small sample of primary care clinic patients. They found that one in five people that filled out the questionnaire showed signs of multiple chemical sensitivities. The types of issues reported were possible major depressive disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and alcohol abuse disorder, as well as somatization disorder (a long-term (chronic) condition in which a person has physical symptoms that involve more than one part of the body, but no physical cause can be found).

Allergies can affect any part of the body, not just the eyes, ears, nose, and throat. If somebody’s behavior changes, think back to what that person may have just eaten, touched, or smelled, and you may find the culprit.

To find out about what can make us sick, and what can be done to help, please read my books Our Toxic World - A Wake Up Call and 32 Tips That Could Save Your Life.

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