Common Chemical Sensitivities

The following is a list of common chemical sensitivities. The possible triggers is a vast area to cover. This list is by no means complete.

Most people who have a chemical sensitivity do not have just one sensitivity, but usually have several. For that reason, a person who has many sensitivities is said to have MCS (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity).

Chemical Sensitivity Triggers

  • Flour improvers
  • Food Additives and Preservatives (Sulfites, Benzoates, Sorbates, Artificial food colorings, artificial flavorings, artifical sweeteners, flavor enhancers (MSG), antioxidants, Nitrates, Proprionates, Gums (Xanthum, Guar, etc.))
  • Sugar Substitutes
  • Perfumes (benzaldehyde, benzyl acetate, benzyl alcohol, camphor, ethanol, ethyl acetate, limonene, linalool, a-pinene, g-terpinene, a-terpineol)
  • Personal Care Products and Cosmetics (sodium lauryl sulfate, acetone, cocoamide DEA, benzaldehyde)
  • Jewelry
  • Cleaning Products
  • Carpet and Furniture Treatments
  • Clothing Treatments (Flame retardants)
  • Laundry Detergents/Treatments
  • Chlorine
  • Diesel, Gasoline
  • Paint, Paint Fumes, Paint Thinner
  • Petrol
  • Pesticides (DDT, chlordane, lindane, dieldren)
  • Solvents
  • Tobacco Smoke
  • Vehicle Exhaust (carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, benzene, formaldehyde, polycyclic hydrocarbons)
  • VOC's (Volatile Organic Compounds) (acetone, toluene, xylene, formaldehyde, benzene derivatives)

                         For a more exhaustive list: Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Triggers

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