Food and indoor air can cause environmental hypersensitivity
The foods we eat and the indoor air we breathe may contain pollutants that can significantly affect our health, but there is a solution to this problem.
The U.S. Environment Protection Agency claims that there are 80,000 chemicals used in American industrial production. These chemicals are present in the foods we eat and the indoor air that we breathe, and are capable of causing environmental hypersensitivity syndrome (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, MCS”). This leads to ailments such as allergies, autoimmune diseases, inflammatory diseases, headache, itching, dermatitis, anxiety, depression, candidiasis, dyspepsia, chronic fatigue, and other problems.
These chemicals have been analysed to understand what is the amount sufficient to cause poisoning, but no studies have been carried out to understand whether they can have only negative effects on health in case of long-term exposure to an extent way below the threshold of acute toxicity.
In addition, a scientific study conducted by the Department of Environmental Medicine of East Carolina University (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and the immune system, Toxicology and Industrial Health, 1992), revealed that many of the previously listed ailments, if not properly cured, can worsen and lead to more important problems such as epilepsy, nephropathy, ischemic heart disease and much more.
The American Chemical Sensitivity Foundation has drawn up a series of measures to be implemented to prevent these types of problems and informed that, if implemented when the ailments are already present, they can improve the health of patients. The first things to avoid are products or foods that may contain pesticide residues, but it is also suggested to focus on the indoor places where we usually spend our time. For example, in newly renovated rooms where there is a risk of being exposed to paints, solvents or other chemicals used for restructuring. But even common perfumes, fragrances or room air refresheners are enough to cause hypersensitivity problems. It is also recommended to ventilate the rooms often and use air purification systems.
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