Environmental illnesses may present in the form of allergies, sensitivities to chemicals, GI issues, neurological problems, psychological problems, autoimmune diseases, and different symptoms depending on the person.The medical community does not acknowledge a unified definition of “Environmental Illness”. This is probably due to the indefinite possibilities of how a person may react to the exposure. And, to make things harder, no single person reacts the same way due to each person's genetic makeup and resilience. There are other factors at play that include the amount of exposure, the combination of multiple environmental triggers, and the length of exposure.
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