February 1, 2014

5 Steps for Chemical Sensitivity Recovery

Chemical Sensitivity is the body's overreactive response to every day chemicals.  There are many theories as to the cause, which I will not cover here.  I am most interested in solutions.  I recommend a 5 Step approach to reduce or eliminate chemical sensitivity.  Everyone is different, but this protocol has produced tremendous results for folks severely impacted by chemical sensitivity.  It can also alleviate allergies, asthma and other chronic conditions.


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Create a healing living space that is free of allergens and toxins.  
(See many tips + resources on this blog.)


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Sweat.  Oxygenate your blood with vigorous exercise in fresh air and sunshine.  You will be stronger, calmer and sleep better.  Start with walking.  Progress each day.  Even in winter... bundle up.  Pick your outdoor fun.


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Replace inflammatory dairy, gluten and processed foods with organic veggies; replace caffeine and alcohol with water; take a quality probiotic to restore gut health.  For more, watch Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride here


Test for and treat contributing factors, such as food allergies, leaky gut, Candida Albicans.


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Retrain the brain's conditioned trigger of physical symptoms resulting from a prior toxic exposure.  I recommend this program.

Is it any wonder that these 5 steps represent a return to old wisdoms about health, with avoidance of new-fangled inventions like particle board furniture and genetically-modified food?  Fresh air.  Exercise.  Eat your veggies.  Smile.

Do all 5 steps.  Keep it simple.  Keep it healthy.  Cheers.


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1 comment:

  1. I had no idea that so many things could help with recovering from chemical sensitivity! I'm definitely going to work on my living environment first. What would you classify as a toxin? www.inlinebuilders.com


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