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Perfumes, shampoos, dryer sheets, detergents, cleaning supplies, hand sanitizers, and so much more. Do they cause you to have:

  • burning in the eyes or nose
  • mood swings
  • fatigue
  • dizziness
  • congestion
  • confusion
  • itching
  • confusion
  • more

Are your symptoms  dismissed or mocked?

Multiple chemical sensitivity can include a wide range of symptoms, which some people link to their environment. It’s also known as “environmental illness,” “sick building syndrome,” or “MCS.” Your doctor may call it “idiopathic environmental intolerance.”

The symptoms people report are wide-ranging. They include headache, fatigue, dizziness, nausea, congestion, itching, sneezing, sore throat, chest pain, changes in heart rhythm, breathing problems, muscle pain or stiffness, skin rash, diarrhea, bloating, gas, confusion, trouble concentrating, memory problems, and mood changes.

Possible triggers that set off people’s symptoms vary a lot, too. They include tobacco smoke, auto exhaust, perfume, insecticide, new carpet, chlorine, and more.

Those feelings are real. But they can happen for many reasons. The question is whether MCS is an illness. Health experts don’t agree on that. The American Medical Association doesn’t consider multiple chemical sensitivity to be an illness.

Source: WebMD 

“Chemical Fragrances” are a pervasive class of chemicals in our environment

But they are not the only ones.  Out-gassing vinyl shower curtains, carpet cleaning solutions, paints, BBQ lighter fluid, car exhaust, the list goes on and on.  Our bodies are struggling under a toxic load and for most of us the options are limited on how to deal with it, short of moving to the mountain top!

How have you managed your sensitivity?

  • just stay home because any exposure can cause severe reactions
  • adjust when you go out in public to avoid the toxic  “morning cloud” of of lotions, make-up and perfumes as people go to work
  • close all your windows in the summer to close out drifting clothes dryer exhaust


I know EFT helped me, and I thought it might help others too, so I googled EFT and MCS  (multiple chemical sensitivity)

And, not surprisingly to me, of course it does!

Those perfume “packets” they send in the paper and magazines used to give me an instant headache, sometimes even a migraine.  I couldn’t get on a bus in the morning with everyone freshly washed and styled. Someone walking down the street in a cloud of “fragrance” made me run in the house.   But now, although I don’t like those smells, my physical reactions are mild and usually short lived.

I’m just going to list some links here for you to investigate.




and my website: CalmHealthEase.com

If you’d like to see if EFT would help you too – please  sign up for this group to find out more. You may help yourself and others as I explore creating a course to help people release this stress and stop their suffering.

click here to watch a short video with my personal story of MCS

I’m creating a cohort that will start on May 15th 2020, and this initial group will pay only what they can or choose to donate. Visit my website to sign up.

The course will be weekly tapping groups (how many to be determined)  and each participant will work with me individually for one session.