Once a diagnosis of environmental sensitivities has been made, the priority for the patient is to avoid the agents that trigger their symptoms. In Quebec, there is no common approach to care practiced by physicians.
Elsewhere in Canada, there are a few environmental health clinics. On y conseille aux patients de manger des aliments biologiques, de boire de l’eau purifiée, de s’assurer que leur espace de vie est exempt de polluants et d’éviter le plus possible les endroits pouvant déclencher chez eux des réactions. Medically supervised care can also be provided, such as sweating, rotating diets to identify trigger foods, chelation (a process to remove metals), immune system stimulation, vitamins and minerals, desensitization to foods or inhalants, etc. The supervision of a health care professional is even more important when following up with people with environmental sensitivities since their systems also react to minute doses of medication.
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