Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A Short Introduction


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Multiple Chemical Sensitivity is commonly defined as a chronic medical condition characterized by symptoms that are triggered by exposure to low levels of chemicals.

Commonly suspected substances include petroleum products, scented products, pesticides, plastics, synthetic fabrics, smoke, and paints. Symptoms may be vague and non-specific, such as nausea, fatigue, and headaches.

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity has also been termed :

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  • Chemical Sensitivity (CS)
  • Chemical Injury Syndrome (CI)
  • 20th Century Syndrome
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  • Sick Building Syndrome
  • Idiopathic Environmental Intolerance (IEI)
  • Toxicant-induced Loss of Tolerance (TILT)

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