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Rambler's Mold Avoidance Experiments

Discussion in 'Addressing Biotoxin, Chemical & Food Sensitivities' started by slayadragon, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. slayadragon

    slayadragon Senior Member

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    Here is a blog by an ME/CFS patient from San Francisco (not me! someone else) who decided to try extreme mold avoidance. So far so good, it seems!

    Best, Lisa

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    Here is a quick summary of the symptom changes I experienced in those 2 weeks:
    * no insomnia or nocturnal awakenings- slept through night every night (9 pm- 5 or 6 am)
    * less brain fog
    * clearer vision
    * more energy, especially in morning
    * less orthostatic intolerance
    * almost no tingling in hands and feet
    * no all-day tremulous feeling

    Some symptoms still persisted:
    * My brain wasn't 100%-- I still had problems with concentration
    * Continued to feel like I couldn't get a deep breath (i.e. air hunger)
    * Still had seemingly random waves of exhaustion (better than all-day exhaustion)
    * Didn't feel 100% physically, although I could hike without crashing

    http://ramblingsearcher.blogspot.com/

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