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By Armi Dee

Written by Heather:

Welcome

Advice to MCS Newbies

Disaster Preparedness with MCS

MCS in Vermont

Guide for Friends/Family

Legal Support

Resources Table of Contents page. This is the section that will probably be used the most, so I suggest bookmarking the Resources Table of Contents page. From there you can access these pages of online information and shopping links:

  • General MCS Information
  • Health Care Related Topics
  • Medical Research
  • Treatments Recommended by Canaries
  • Electromagnetic Sensitivity
  • Ink Intolerance & Toxic Dangers of Art Supplies
  • Housing/Camping & Automotive
  • House Care & Furnishings
  • Cleaning, Food Related Topics
  • Clothing, Shoes, Masks & Fabric/Yarn
  • Emotional Coping, Free Online Fun & Sensory Defensiveness
  • Socializing with MCS
  • Romance & Sex
  • Healthy Communication & Community Building
  • Activism & Educating Others
  • Legal Issues & Disability Rights & Employment with MCS
  • Schools, Children & Parenting
  • MCS Community & Helpful Blogs by Canaries
  • General Environmental/Poison Information

Please note that MCS often is a symptom of Lyme disease and Chrome Fatigue Disorder/ME. Mast Cell Activation Syndrome may be the cause of MCS especially if you had or have Lyme disease, auto-immune illnesses like RA, MS, etc, asthma, autism, migraines, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Celiac disease, brain fog, and many other “odd” problems. With MCAS anything inhaled, ingested, or touched can have any medical (including psychological) symptom. You can have reactions to fillers and dyes in supplements and medications and if so need a compounding pharmacy. There are tests for MCAS and mast cell disorders can be discovered with genetic testing.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mast_cell_activation_syndrome

http://www.mastcellaware.com/mast-cells/about-mast-cells.html

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