The Environmental Sensitivities Cycle
Increasingly, scientists are identifying a two-phase process leading to environmental sensitivities.
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The onset of the illness takes place either after chronic low-level exposure to contaminants or after one high-level exposure to a chemical substance, electromagnetic radiation, or a biological agent. The factors involved are called initiating agents (Table 1).
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- Volatile organic compounds (VOCs: solvents, perfumes, formaldehyde and other petrochemical products, exhaust gases from vehicles)
- Electromagnetic radiation and/or fields
These agents can emanate from the structure of a building, some types of furniture and equipment, neighbourhood surroundings, cleaning products, etc. There are also environmental factors which can worsen the symptoms of environmental sensitivities such as lighting, humidity, heat, cold and noise.
The initiating agents cause a loss of tolerance in affected people, thereby triggering the environmental sensitivities cycle.
http://www.westchelseavet.com/miolyky/giod/8680 Phase 2: Manifestation of the illness
Once environmental sensitivities are triggered, people who are affected often react to several other palais des rencontres chateau thierry 02 triggering agents (Table 1), even at very low doses or concentrations. A series of metabolic reactions then brings about many http://curemito.org/estorke/3776 symptoms (figure 1), resulting in a chronic condition.